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CNN Host Alisyn Camerota: I Was Sexually Harassed By Roger Ailes At Fox News

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And now, another shoe drops on the ongoing controversies surrounding Fox News.

TV host and journalist Alisyn Camerota has come out on Sunday revealing that she was sexually harassed by Roger Ailes during her time working for the network, and she revealed it all in a tell-all interview with Brian Stetler on CNN's Reliable Sources.

Related: Sarah Palin Won't Answer Whether She Was Sexually Harassed

Speaking frankly in a very serious sit-down interview, Camerota recounted her tale of Ailes trying to get, um, closer to her during her work for the network.

Camerota said, in part:

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21st Century Fox Opening Official Investigation Into Sexual Harassment Claims Against Bill O'Reilly

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Maybe the hammer will actually drop on Bill O'Reilly yet!

21st Century Fox has announced that they are opening an official investigation into sexual harassment claims against their popular Fox News TV host, according to Lisa Bloom, one of the attorneys who is representing a woman accusing O'Reilly.

Related: Baldwin's Impersonation Of O'Reilly Is EVERYTHING!

Bloom spoke on CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday and informed the media — and the broader, interested world — that an official investigation will soon be opening against O'Reilly after her and her client Wendy Walsh reported him to the corporate hotline, saying:

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The One Company That Stood By O'Reilly Has Now Pulled Out! Wait, HOW MANY Ads Ran On Thursday's Episode?!

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The number of advertisers who have fled from Fox News over Bill O'Reilly's sexual harassment scandal continues to grow.

Over 50 companies have now pulled their ads from The O'Reilly Factor — even a couple who had already refused to advertise on his show!

But one company was standing by O'Reilly, or at the very least refusing to take a stance.

Related: Trump Doesn't Think O'Reilly 'Did Anything Wrong'

Angie's List (kind of like Yelp for plumbers, contractors, etc) released a statement on Tuesday saying they would not bow to public pressure:

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These Companies Had No Idea Their Ads Were On The O'Reilly Factor — And They're PISSED!

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Fox News has already been hit in the pocketbook by this Bill O'Reilly sexual harassment scandal. Now they're getting kicked while they're down.

With at least 52 companies pulling their ads from The O'Reilly Factor, the network has had a hard time keeping the hour's commercial break time fair and balanced.

They've been airing a lot of local ads during the show but also moved some nonspecific Fox News advertisers to the time slot.

Related: Trump Doesn't Think O'Reilly 'Did Anything Wrong'

Aaaaand that move cost them.

See, two of the companies didn't like finding out their ads were aired during Wednesday night's show, especially because they NEVER advertise during O'Reilly.

A Crowne Plaza hotels spokesman told The Wrap:

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Bill O'Reilly Is DEFINITELY About To Get Fired!

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UPDATE 9:18 P.M. EST: Paul Rittenberg, EVP of Advertising Sales for Fox News said in a statement, "We value our partners and are working with them to address their current concerns about the O'Reilly Factor. At this time, the ad buys of those clients have been re-expressed into other FNC programs."

UPDATE 7:40 P.M. EST: Several more businesses have now pulled out of The O'Reilly Factor, including: Bayer, Esurance, Orkin, TrueCar, and Wayfair.

That brings the total to 18. So, y'know… boy bye!


Forget "No Spin Zone" — Bill O'Reilly is about to run the "No Sellin' Zone."

After it was revealed this weekend that Bill and Fox News shelled out $13 mil to quietly settle FIVE previously unknown sexual harassment suits against the political pundit, advertisers are running for the hills.

For some reason they don't want their products associated with a serial sex offender. Weird.

We told you Mercedez-Benz and Hyundai pulled their ads from The O'Reilly Factor on Monday, followed by BMW on Tuesday morning.

Related: Lawsuit Claims Fox News 'Retaliated' Against Anchor For Refusing To Drag Gretchen Carlson!

Now, just hours later TEN MORE businesses have followed suit!

So far, the list includes Lexus, Mitsubishi, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Consumer Care, Allstate, T. Rowe Price, Credit Karma, Untuckit, Constant Contact, and Ainsworth Pet Nutrition. That's 13 in all — a very unlucky number for O'Reilly.

Obviously previous sexual harassment suits haven't hurt ratings enough to make a difference, but it seems we've hit the tipping point. Basic cable works on advertising dollars, and if they're gone you're show is soon to follow.

Was that how "no spin" is supposed to work?

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Bill O'Reilly Responds To New Sexual Harassment Report — And Casts HIMSELF The Victim!

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We should have just expected this as par for the course for Bill O'Reilly.

The Fox News host released a statement on his website on Saturday afternoon that was in direct response to the New York Times' bombshell report about Fox's MASSIVE pay-offs for women who had accused O'Reilly of sexual assault.

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And completely not surprisingly, the TV host not only failed to take responsibility or show sensitivity for the situation — he also decided to cast HIMSELF the victim here, as opposed to all the woman who have come forward against him!!!

Here's O'Reilly's full statement:

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Fox News Paid Out $13 Million To Get FIVE Women To Keep Quiet About Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Bill O'Reilly!

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This is a bombshell — and a HUGE blow against Bill O'Reilly's tenure at Fox News.

The New York Times released a report on Saturday morning and even the title itself was so strong, it trended on Twitter for much of the morning: Bill O'Reilly Thrives at Fox News, Even as Harassment Settlements Add Up.

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Whoa!! You've got our attention.

In the report, the Times found that Fox and O'Reilly have paid out at least $13 million to at least five women who have in turn agreed not to pursue sexual harassment or sexual assault allegations or litigation against the network's #1 TV host.

We knew about a couple of these women already, but FIVE?!

Here we go… In the report, the Times wrote:

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