A woman who settled a harassment claim against Bill O'Reilly filed a lawsuit against the former Fox News host, claiming he violated their settlement by disparaging her in the press.
"In fact, Mr. O'Reilly is the liar", the lawsuit says.
In addition to that, the suit cites additional comments which appeared in The Hollywood Reporter and various other outlets, which Bernstein says violated the terms of their agreement.
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The Times reported in April that O'Reilly and Fox News paid out millions of dollars to five women to settle harassment claims.
The New York Times reported in April that Bernstein left the network after filing a complaint about him "storming into the newsroom" and yelling at her. According to Bernstein's lawsuit, there was no hotline at the time, and she in fact told others at the network about the mistreatment. O'Reilly screamed at Bernstein in front of other employees, according to the New York Times. In a September interview with former Today host Matt Lauer, O'Reilly denied any wrongdoing, indicating that the six lawsuits were settled, at the high price of $45 million, to avoid a more expensive trial. Unlike other claims, this one didn't involve sexual harassment. Bernstein refuted the existence of the hotline, her lawyer characterized Fox's claim as a "cynical falsehood about a nonexistent hotline" that was invented "to bolster O'Reilly's claim that the women who received settlements must have fabricated their claims or they would have complained".
The woman, Rachel Witlieb Bernstein, said O'Reilly defamed her by falsely suggesting publicly that claims against him were motivated by politics and money. "Mr. O'Reilly is fully committed to supporting our efforts to improve the environment for all our employees at Fox News".
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A Fox News spokesperson and representative for O'Reilly did not respond to a request for comment. In another widely published statement he said, "the worst part of my job is being a target for those who would harm me and my employer, the Fox News Channel". She was constrained out of her activity at Fox News and paid a settlement in light of his abuse.
Bernstein said there was no hot line in existence at the time of her employment.
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