Those who have seen his Fox News program know Bill O'Reilly can get pretty heated at times.
And according to Wendy Walsh, O'Reilly's signature hostility also comes after his sexual advances get rejected.
The radio host fanned the flames of sexual harassment allegations against the anchor on Monday by recounting her personal experience having a business dinner with O'Reilly…
Or so she thought!!!
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Walsh, who is an adjunct professor of psychology at California State University, Channel Islands, said the political pundit had promised to make her a network contributor after several guest appearances on The O'Reilly Factor in 2013.
The KFI AM radio host told the New York Times she was just "a single mom looking for work" at the time she agreed to meet the conservative commentator at a Bel Air hotel for dinner.
Soon, O'Reilly's real motivation showed when he invited Walsh to his hotel room, and allegedly "got very hostile, very quickly" when she declined his invitation.
Walsh said she didn't file a sexual harassment claim of her own because she didn't think a job applicant could — and says it has nothing to do with money.
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Instead, her comments fueled the litany of accusations against the prominent anchor and Fox News, where men in higher positions have been accused of using their influence to provoke abuse of sexual nature.
Walsh's attorney Lisa Bloom called for an independent investigation into the accusations against the network, saying in a statement:
"How many women must come forward before Fox News complies with the law and respects women?"
Bloom says there are so many allegations against Fox News, it has become "the Bill Cosby of corporate America." We guess President Trump is off the hook for that title…
Do you think O'Reilly will go unpunished for his alleged behavior?
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