Former Fox News Channel star Bill O'Reilly shared handwritten letters by Megyn Kelly on Monday touting his character shortly after she used her television show to besmirch it. "Eric Bolling's son is dead". At one point, O'Reilly claimed that previous reporting on his history of harassment had brought "indescribable pain" to his children (in front of whom he allegedly beat his ex-wife), and then appeared to blame journalists for the death of his former colleague Eric Bolling's son. Of course, Sean Hannity can be seen lashing out at "spiked" stories about Weinstein from the mainstream media, and he asks, "How many women could have been protected, had they done their job?"
"Just as Bill O'Reilly had wanted to shield his children from the allegations against him, I hope he will honor my request and avoid any future mentions of my son", Eric Sr. said in a statement to the New York Times, adding that his departure from the network was not connected to his son's death.
The sexual harassment charges that ended the Fox career of Mr. O'Reilly in April were spotlighted on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today" to start the week, but the conservative commentator didn't evade a fight. Fox News announced last month that it had parted ways with Bolling. O'Reilly even reappeared as a guest on Sean Hannity's show on the Fox after departing his own, before the most recent news about his past broke.
"I believe it is beyond inappropriate for anyone to bring in the tragic death of my son Eric Chase Bolling", he wrote in a statement. Furthermore, the Times said, Fox was aware of the settlement but chose to renew O'Reilly's contract in February, granting him a four-year extension that paid $25 million a year.
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In addition, the Grammy victor mentions "ocean blue eyes" which (not so) coincidently is the same color as Alwyn's eyes. He's in the club doing I don't know what. "You're so cool, it makes me hate you so much (I hate you so much)".
The presenter, who was sacked from Fox News in April, is thought to have made settlements with at least six women since 2004.
The coroner's office would not comment on Bolling's statement or the cause of the death Monday.
She continued: "Perhaps he didn't realize his exact attitude of shaming women into shutting the hell up about harassment on grounds that it will disgrace the company is in part how Fox News got into the decade-long [Roger] Ailes mess to begin with".
Meanwhile, O'Reilly had other things to say Monday about entities he believes have it out for him. I can't explain it to you. "I'd give up my life to protect them, but we actually thought people would uphold their oath, and what they agreed to, and they haven't".