O'Reilly Says He Regrets Settling Sex Harassment Case

O'Reilly Says He Regrets Settling Sex Harassment Case

O'Reilly Says He Regrets Settling Sex Harassment Case

O'Reilly even reappeared as a guest on Sean Hannity's show on the Fox after departing his own, before the most recent news about his past broke.

The sexual harassment charges that ended the Fox career of Mr. O'Reilly in April were spotlighted on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today" to start the week, but the conservative commentator didn't evade a fight. "You have to understand how much pain this brings children, and I thought I could spare my children that, and I'd do anything for my children, anything to protect them. Eric Bolling's son is dead", O'Reilly told the Times reporters interviewing him.

Bolling pushed back against O'Reilly's comments in a statement and said that it was "beyond inappropriate" to bring his son's tragic death into the conversation about the media's treatment of him.

He has repeatedly blamed "political motivations" of the media and "financial motivations" of his accusers but on Monday night he found a new culprit. Bolling had worked for Fox News for about 10 years.

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Bill O'Reilly, the embattled former Fox News host, was forced to apologize yesterday for statements he made in an interview with the New York Times. The death was reportedly an accident, though O'Reilly seemed to suggest otherwise: "I urge you to think about what you put in your newspaper", he told the Times. On Friday, the New York Times reported on the latest, a $32 million payout to former Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl, which the network made before re-signing O'Reilly to a four-year contract.

Bolling, who was sacked by Fox after an investigation into claims of sexual harassment, responded that it was "beyond inappropriate" for O'Reilly to bring up the death of his son, adding that "my parting from Fox News was in no way connected to the tragic news of my son's passing". The coroner's office would not comment on Bolling's statement or the cause of his son's death Monday, the Daily Camera said. "My parting from Fox News was in no way connected to.my son's passing".

Meanwhile, O'Reilly had other things to say Monday about entities he believes have it out for him. I was truly touched - I know how busy you are, especially that time of day.

He added afterward, "Eric Bolling is a stand up guy who deserves the respect I have for him". And thank you for the darling bodysuits + snuggly - it's hard to believe we'll soon have a little human being in our lives tiny enough to fit in there.

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