Two New Women Come Forward About Bill O’Reilly’s Harassment After He Is Fired

Two new women have com forward accusing Bill O’Reilly of harassment after news that the Fox News host has been fired.

In an interview with The New York Times, Fox News contributor Jehmu Greene claims that O’Reilly once made a comment about breaking her back while attorney Lisa Bloom announced that she is now representing Caroline Heldman.

Bloom said in a tweet on Wednesday afternoon that Heldman claims she was subjected to ‘sex discrimination and retaliation’ and reported those allegations to the Fox news hotline.

Heldman is also an occasional Fox News guest, and appeared on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ on Tuesday.

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The Times reports that Greene first shared her allegations about O’Reilly last fall, but only now agreed to go on the record.

She did this she claims after leaving a message for an executive last week saying she wanted to discussed the alleged harassment she was forced to deal with while working with O’Reilly.

Greene said that the executive never returned her phone call.

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