O'Reilly: I'm 'mad at God' over allegations of sexual harassment

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?" The settlement with Wiehl was the sixth O'Reilly or Fox made to settle harassment allegations against him, according to the Times. It was the latest in a string of settlements made by O'Reilly, who was ousted from Fox News in April after they became public.

Mr Shine is claimed to have covered up the allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr O'Reilly and former Fox News chief Roger Ailes.

"And of course, former Fox News pundit and scrotum who wished to be a real boy, Bill O'Reilly".

The statement came as a rebuke of Bill O'Reilly's suggestion in an interview to The New York Times that Bolling's death was related to the allegations made against his father earlier this year. "I know because I complained", Ms Kelly said on her NBC talk show Megyn Kelly Today.

In what he said to the Times' about Bolling's son, O'Reilly clearly expected to find an understanding ally in his former Fox colleague. However, after the initial revelation of O'Reilly's settlements, he was sacked from the network last spring.

An initial report from TMZ claimed the cause of death was suicide, but this was never confirmed, and Bolling himself has indicated several times this was not the case.

Bolling, who was sacked by Fox after an investigation into claims of sexual harassment, responded that it was "beyond inappropriate" for O'Reilly to bring up the death of his son, adding that "my parting from Fox News was in no way connected to the tragic news of my son's passing". I was truly touched - I know how busy you are, especially that time of day.

He also said that his parting with Fox News "was in no way connected to the tragic news of my son's passing". "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".

"Perhaps [O'Reilly] didn't realize the kind of message his criticism sends to young women across this country about how men continue to view the issue of speaking out about sexual harassment".

O'Reilly later said on Glenn Beck's radio program: 'I never had any problem with Megyn Kelly.

He added afterward, "Eric Bolling is a stand up guy who deserves the respect I have for him".