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Lisa Bloom Talks Taking On Harvey Weinstein As A Client & Why She's Done Representing High-Profile Men Accused Of Sexual Harassment

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Everybody makes mistakes, everybody has those days.

That's what Lisa Bloom is screaming ever since receiving a ton of backlash since initially taking on Harvey Weinstein as a client when his sexual harassment scandal hit the fan.

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the longtime attorney opened up about her decision to represent the serial sexual abuser and why she'll probably never take on a similar case again.

Related: Actress Says Harvey Grabbed Her By The Neck & Masturbated In Front Of Her

Gloria Allred's daughter said she thought having Harvey immediately come out with an apology instead of a denial would be a "unique opportunity to change the way these stories go":

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Lisa Bloom Explains Why She's Advising 'Gross' Harvey Weinstein Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations — WATCH HERE!

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Why Lisa Bloom? WHY??

As we reported, on Thursday, The New York Times published a shocking exposé accusing Harvey Weinstein of "decades of sexual harassment," which has led him to reaching "at least eight settlements with women."

While the movie producer released a statement to the newspaper saying he is "remorseful about the people I hurt," his lawyer Charles Harder announced plans for a lawsuit against the Times for publishing "a story that is saturated with false and defamatory statements."

On Friday, Bloom appeared on Good Morning America where she explains why she is defending the 65-year-old amid the allegations. While she is not legally representing him in any lawsuit, she acts as his "adviser."

Related: Gloria Allred Basically Shades The Fuck Out Of Daughter

Host George Stephanopoulos began the interview by saying he is "surprised" that Lisa would stand by the Hollywood mogul given her history with sexual harassment cases. He said:

"I have to say I'm surprised you're here this morning. You've been here and represented women who have taken on Bill Cosby and Bill O'Reilly, Donald Trump, sexual-harassment cases. Why did you switch sides in this case?"

That's when the lawyer explained:

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Bill O'Reilly Says Las Vegas Shooting Is The 'Price Of Freedom' Americans Must Pay

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In case you had ANY doubt, Fox News was right in firing him

As we reported, on Sunday night, Stephen Paddock smashed out two windows of his Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino suite in Las Vegas and began firing at Route 91 Harvest Festival attendees, killing at least 59 and injuring 527.

Related: CBS Fires Legal Executive After 'Deeply Unacceptable' Comments Regarding Shooting

On Monday, Bill O'Reilly addressed the controversy in a blog post titled "Mass Murder in Las Vegas" where he defends the shooter's Second Amendment right to bear arms, saying it's a "big downside of American freedom."

The pundit wrote:

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Bill O'Reilly STILL Denies Ever Harassing Employees & Tells Matt Lauer Those Career-Ending Accusations Were A 'Hit Job'

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Despite the litany of accusations made against him, Bill O'Reilly has no trouble sleeping at night!

The former host of The O'Reilly Factor appeared on TODAY six months after being ousted at Fox News, where he called the sexual harassment charges made against him nothing but a "political and financial hit job."

Related: Bill Desperately Returns To News With Very Own Internet Show!

Sitting down with Matt Lauer, the political pundit denied ever having been accused of misconduct against women — until he was faced with the claims that ended his cable news career. He insisted:

"Not in 42 years. In 42 years, I've been in this business. I worked with 12 companies. Not one time did I have any interaction with HR, any complaints filed against me."

Earlier this year, it was reported that five women were paid a settlement of $13 million by the network for agreeing not to file lawsuits or speak publicly about the allegations against O'Reilly.

But the conservative commentator claims he knows nothing about Fox's "business decision" in paying off his accusers. He continued:

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Bill O'Reilly Desperately Returns To The News With His Own Internet Show!

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Bill O'Reilly is back on the air… sort of!

Earlier this year, the veteran anchor was fired from Fox News after an explosive sexual harassment lawsuit rocked the network.

Following his ousting, O'Reilly claimed the entire lawsuit was organized by a "left-wing cabal" to sabotage his career. But clearly, the cabal didn't sabotage hard enough, because the political pundit is back on the air with his OWN internet news program!

Related: Bill Says America's 'Hatred' Killed Roger Ailes!

Wednesday night marked the debut of O'Reilly's 30-minute long news show, shot inside a studio and made available on his website!

The broadcast kicked off like your average O'Reilly news report. At the top of the show, the conservative commentator discussed Donald Trump's remarks about North Korea along with the media's coverage of it.

But the anchor also seemed a bit self-conscious of the downgraded platform, asking his loyal viewers:

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