Skip to comments.O'Reilly Hit with Sexual Harassment Suit
Posted on 10/13/2004 1:31:31 PM PDT by scottybk
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Sad, but true.
Just another "deep pockets' lawsuit as far as I'm concerned.
I'm not a fan of Bill O'Reilly, but that bothers me as well. How threatened could she have felt if she called him and asked if she could have her job back?
Big O's head will be spinning a la The Exorcist.
In fairness however, read page 3 at the Smoking Gun and tell me though if this doesn't have a certain politically seasonal sound to it:
In NY, the "Supreme Court" is the trial court- the "Court of Appeals" is the highest court. Just NY's odd legal nomenclature
There was a young commentator on the Factor a few years ago. I think she was related to Aaron Neville. She left abruptly. I could tell there was something going on there between them.
Is she the one who filed the law suit?
Remember: "The greatest aphrodisiac is power."
I'm sure it is extortion. Part of the woman's affidavit references her boss at CNN being fired for sex harrassment as well. This doesn't mean O'Reilly didn't provide her with the ammunition to take him down though.
I have never been as enthralled with O'Reilly as he is with himself. Though it has been a long, long time (circa BJ & Hillary) since I watched The Factor, I don't have much difficulty imagining him say the sex stuff. Yuck.
Wonder if the name "Ted Turner" is floating around somewhere...
Kerry will now DUMP his O'reilly interview
WESTWOOD ONE and BILL O'REILLY to preach the principles of the so-called "compassionate conservatism" espoused by George W. Bush and the Republican Party. The Defendants also use this forum to preach their belief in family values and to bemoan the moral decline of politicians and others in positions of power.
This doesn't pass the smell test. Look how it's worded. It doesn't look like a legal report, it looks like a DNC handbook. "so-called compassionate conservatism?" "Preach their belief...and bemoan..."
Looks like crap.
I hope this "turncoat" loses his spot on Fox!
You're thinking of Arthel Neville. No, she isn't the one filing the lawsuit; but I was always put off watching Bill's overtly flirtatious banter with her whenever she was on.
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