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O’Reilly Accuser Calls Out Fox News for Allegedly Still Employing Sexual Harassment Enablers


Former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy slapped the cheek of the network today on Twitter by claiming that Fox continues to not only employ enablers who covered up for accused sexual harassers, but actually allows them to “run the company.”

She also echoed long-standing claims of “professional isolation/retaliation” for reporting problems:

Huddy made a sexual harassment claim against former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly. That complaint was later settled, Law&Crime previously exclusively reported. In the wake of the settlement and other similar complaints, Bill O’Reilly got fired, and executives Bill Shine and Roger Ailes (who was also infamously accused of sexual harassment), both former top men at Fox, resigned under pressure. The company has taken steps to shake up and reform its HR department, it has been widely reported (example 1, example 2).

Fox News declined to directly respond to the Huddy Tweets after a request for comment by Law&Crime.

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Aaron Keller is an attorney licensed in two states. He holds a juris doctor degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law and a broadcast journalism degree from Syracuse University. During law school, he completed legal residencies in the Office of the New Hampshire Attorney General and in a local prosecutor’s office. He was employed as a summer associate in the New Hampshire Department of Safety, which manages the state police, and further served as a summer law clerk for a New York trial judge. Before law school, Keller worked for television stations in New York and in the Midwest, mostly as an evening news anchor and investigative reporter. His original reporting on the Wisconsin murder of Teresa Halbach was years later featured in the Netflix film "Making A Murderer."