'Once again, The New York Times has maliciously smeared Bill O'Reilly, this time even failing to print a from his former lawyer, Lis Wiehl, repudiating all allegations against Bill O'Reilly.
The Times ignored that evidence, sworn under oath, and chose to rely on unsubstantiated allegations, anonymous sources and incomplete leaked or stolen documents.
The New York Times has copies of two letters written by 21st Century Fox lawyers attesting to that fact. During an appearance with Megyn Kelly in April 2008, he said it was her 'high school picture' on the back of her book.
Wiehl's last appearance on Fox was in December 2016.
Bill O'Reilly agreed to pay a sixth sexual harassment accuser $32million in an astronomical settlement in January, weeks before signing a new $100million contract with Fox, it has been revealed.
The revelation was made on Saturday in a report by The New York Times which describes for the first time the allegations against O'Reilly by Lis Wiehl, a former Fox News legal analyst who regularly appeared on his show.
In one awkward video, she is seen nudging him on the knee as she playfully discusses the plot of one book, Hand of Fate, which tells the story of the murder of a popular and controversial TV and radio host.
At one stage, O'Reilly held up the back of the book to comment on her 'cute' author photograph.O'Reilly maintains that he had been sent the material by a troll and that he was only forwarding it on to her because she was one of his lawyers.O'Reilly's lawyers stepped in and took over negotiations privately which 21st Century Fox confirmed on Saturday.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 designed to embarrass Bill O'Reilly and to keep him from competing in the marketplace.Finally, in the more than 20 years Bill O'Reilly worked at Fox News, not one complaint was filed against him with the Human Resources Department or Legal Department by a coworker, even on the anonymous hotline.She joined Fox News in 2001 after working with O'Reilly on his radio show for seven years.