Bill O'Reilly Accuser Who Was Reportedly Called "Hot Chocolate" Speaks Out

Pablo Tucker
April 25, 2017

The former star of Fox News for more than two decades will resume his "No Spin News" podcast on Monday evening, he announced Saturday on his personal website.

"When Ailes is under assault and then fired, when Bill O'Reilly is under assault and then fired...they are making changes, they are making statements of some kind", she said.

With millions already turning to the internet for their news, O'Reilly is signaling his return Monday from an Italian vacation by promoting a new episode of his "No Spin News" podcast, as CNN's Brian Stelter tweeted. He is also expected to receive a severance package in similar to the one Roger Ailes received after he was pushed out of the network due to sexual harassment allegations.

O'Reilly had been in the headlines constantly since an April 1 New York Times investigation revealed that he and Fox had covered up allegations of sexual harassment against him for at least 15 years, paying five women a total of $13 million in exchange for their silence. After taking "O'Reilly" out of the title, "The Factor" ended its run on Friday night, with Greg Gutfeld filling in as host. "In recent years we have expanded our online presence to include multiple weekly live streaming shows from my seven Nevada brothels, and I can sure use a veteran television personality like him".

O'Reilly, a major draw at the news network favored by conservatives, will be replaced in the primetime 8 p.m. slot by Tucker Carlson. O'Reilly was previously the host of The O'Reilly Factor on the network, anchoring a steady ratings victor for the network for over two decades.

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