Her attorney says she continued to appear on his program because she hoped to become a paid Fox News contributor.
Last week 21st Century Fox confirmed that an outside law firm was investigating allegations against O'Reilly.
His opponents, including some influential voices inside 21st Century Fox, feel that O'Reilly has behaved badly over the years, that his behavior has been exposed, and that it's inappropriate for Fox News to continue his show.
With his future at Fox News looking more precarious than ever, Bill O'Reilly is fighting back.
According to Wikipedia, "Walsh began her television career in the early 1990s in Los Angeles as a news reporter for the city's UPN affiliate".
Earlier in the day, NY magazine reported that the Murdochs were leaning toward severing ties with O'Reilly out of concern that he is becoming too much of a liability for parent company 21st Century Fox.
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He also fixed cars on the side to help support his family when he was working. "But we know we need to do better", Osofsky said. Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams confirmed one killing but said they did not know of any other victims.
A week ago, O'Reilly announced he was taking a vacation. Last week one woman, Wendy Walsh, came forward and on video posted to YouTube called the Fox News hotline with her attorney, Lisa Bloom, to report O'Reilly had sexually harassed her.
The newspaper reported that Fox has shown the tape as a regular part of employee seminars warning against sexual harassment. The African-American clerical worker from Fox News alleged that the anchor called her "hot chocolate" in 2008. Skittish advertisers have been fleeing "The O'Reilly Factor" in droves and activists have launched spirited protests outside Fox News headquarters in NY. She is launching two new shows on NBC later this year.
With only six days remaining in Bill O'Reilly's vacation, the pressure on the Murdoch family to decide the embattled commentator's fate is intensifying.
Having had the highest-rated first quarter in history with an average of nearly four million viewers per show, each episode subsequently suffered a massive pull-out from notable advertisers after the allegations came to light - forcing a dramatic change in the show's structure, including longer on-air segments and fewer commercial breaks. He is expected to return to work on April 24th. Walsh chose to come forward out of concern for her children, too, Bloom said: "She did it for her daughters".
She continued: "Now that she's aware this is all in the news, she's made a decision to phone in a complaint to the Fox News hotline".