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"O'Reilly made yet another payout to a woman alleging sexual harassment, this one for a record $32 million, which is exactly the sort of thing you do when you're innocent."
"This is crap, and you know it," O'Reilly told the NY Times.
Shine was a righthand man of ousted Fox chairman Roger Ailes, and a producer of Sean Hannity's show earlier in his career.
O'Reilly released a 19-minute podcast on his personal website in which he addressed his departure from Fox News.
21st Century Fox executives are also apparently worried about even more allegations.
"It’s not that big of a surprise, I guess," Colbert said. "We all saw this coming at us, like an old man cornering an intern in the breakroom."
"After a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the Company and Bill O'Reilly have agreed that Bill O'Reilly will not be returning to the Fox News Channel."
O'Reilly has been on vacation as advertisers have been fleeing his program.
James is also asking the SEC to investigate if Fox News failed to let shareholders know about payments the company made to settle sexual harassment claims.
No, Baldwin was not hosting the show.
The latest allegations come as advertisers are ditching Bill O'Reilly's show over news of $13 million in harassment settlements.
Fox News had a banner year for sexual harassment allegations in 2016.
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