Megyn Kelly Punches Back at O'Reilly's Claim No One Complained

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OK, so we all know that The New York Times previously reported about sexual harassment claims and settlements involving O'Reilly, which led to him getting kicked off of Fox News months ago.

"In its latest diatribe against Bill O'Reilly, the Times printed leaked information provided by anonymous sources that is out of context, false, defamatory, and obviously created to embarrass Bill O'Reilly and to keep him from competing in the marketplace", Fabiani said in a statement emailed to Reuters.

The conversation turned to the "Fox News playbook" and her lawyer, Douglas Wigdor, highlighted two other accusations against the network. He added that the public outcry over the allegations against him was "politically and financially motivated".

O'Reilly also said that it was "incomprehensible" that his former colleague Megyn Kelly would speak out against him, saying that "I helped her dramatically" in her career.

FILE - This Oct. 1, 2015 file photo shows Bill O'Reilly of the Fox News Channel program "The O'Reilly Factor" in NY. And you know it.

Bill O'Reilly is opening up about the pain of multiple allegations of sexual harassment he has received over the years - specifically his pain. This is frightful, it's terrible what I went through, awful what my family went through.

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O'Reilly's website posted his full statement and the TV personality took to Twitter to point people to the site, saying, "My investigative team has done a superb job in exposing the lies and smear".

O'Reilly is expected to say more about the matter on Monday. "And we can prove it with shocking information".

In response to questions about why he sent sexually explicit material to Ms. Wiehl, Mr. O'Reilly said that during his time at the network, he had been sent threatening messages nearly every day, including some that had obscene material.

In its latest diatribe against Bill O'Reilly, the Times printed leaked information provided by anonymous sources that is out of context, false, defamatory, and obviously created to embarrass Bill O'Reilly and to keep him from competing in the marketplace. And though she says she was told O'Reilly had been dealt with, he then repeated similar statements on The O'Reilly Factor that evening. Kelly questioned how the company couldn't have known about the "jaw-dropping" $32 million figure.

When welcoming Huddy - joined by attorney Doug Wigdor, who is handling 22 claims against Fox News - the three explained how women can be "shamed in ways that have fingerprints on it and in ways that do not have fingerprints on it", Kelly said, taking specific aim at Fox News media relations chief Irena Briganti.

Speaking on The Daily, a podcast produced by the Times, Schmidt said "I think that he was concerned about the gay pornography stuff".

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"Leaks are not facts".

The day that Ms. Kelly's book came out, Mr. O'Reilly appeared on "CBS This Morning" to promote his latest book.

"It's important to remember that in all these cases we're not dealing with the ambiguity of a one-off "he-said, she-said" cases that we see so often".

FILE - Megyn Kelly poses on the set of her new show, "Megyn Kelly Today" at NBC Studios on Thursday, Sept, 21, 2017, in NY.

Shortly thereafter, Fox News parent 21st Century Fox rewarded O'Reilly with a new $100 million contract extension-$25 million per year (up from $18 million per year) for four more years.

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