US New Bill O'Reilly Accuser Says He Called Her "Hot Chocolate" and Leered

22:35  18 april  2017
22:35  18 april  2017 Source:   The Hollywood Reporter

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Bill O'Reilly used to leer at an African-American Fox News clerical worker and called her "hot chocolate," according to attorney Lisa Bloom who helped the woman report the harassment to the network's hotline.

The woman worked for a different broadcaster in 2008 while this was going on, but The O'Reilly Factor host's office was near her desk.

"He would never talk to her, not even hello, except to grunt at her like a wild boar," Bloom tells The Hollywood Reporter. "He would leer at her. He would always do this when no one else was around and she was scared."

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Bloom says she spoke with three witnesses who knew the woman at the time and confirmed she was upset and stressed at the end of each work day. 

"She was afraid if she told him to knock it off she'd get fired," Bloom says. "Now that's shes aware this is all in the news, she's decided to phone in a complaint to the Fox News hotline."

Bloom first announced the call on Twitter Tuesday morning. She's also representing radio personality Wendy Walsh, who says she was forced out of the network after refusing O'Reilly's advances. 

Soon another woman is also expected to report harassment by the anchor, according to Bloom.

Earlier this month, the attorney sent a letter to the New York State Division of Human Rights asking it to intervene at Fox News and calling the network a "cesspool of sexual harassment, intimidation and retaliation."

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