Bill O’Reilly forsaken by UTA talent agency

Bill O’Reilly has lost his longtime talent group just days after a report that he paid a $32 million settlement to a former Fox News researcher over a passionate nuisance claim.

The former Fox News anchor was forsaken by UTA Monday night, a pierce that was approaching following vigour from “liberal Hollywood clients,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

O’Reilly was fired from Fox News in Apr amid allegations of passionate harassment, abuse and secular taste from former womanlike co-workers.

He and the network allegedly paid 5 women $13 million in settlements.

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Bill O’Reilly has been forsaken by UTA talent agency.

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But the sixth settlement, worth a reported $32 million, distant supercedes even Gretchen Carlson’s $20 million after accusing Chairman Roger Ailes of harassment.

Lis Wiehl claims that O’Reilly sent her happy publishing and other sexually pithy material. She also claims she was forced into a passionate attribute with him.

The vast payout was staid before Fox News sealed a $100 million agreement prolongation with O’Reilly progressing this year, according to the New York Times.

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