I've read the details available on almost all of the accusers. This one here is one of a few whose claims I don't find to have the ring of truth. With a few exceptions, it will always be a he said/she said and so we are left with measuring the claims, the people, and then judging for ourselves. I've been sexually harassed at work. I have never gone to HR or filed a lawsuit. But my way of dealing with it doesn't have to be everyone's way and if someone does come forward, it doesn't make them weak. There are definitely women, and some men, who have made false claims. However, that doesn't make all claims or accusers false. O'Reilly has been doing this shit for 15 years. It didn't just start a few weeks ago. What changed is that his protector-in-chief and the chief harasser Ailes, is no longer there to protect his ass. He's been a freakin cash cow at Fox and there is no way they are letting him go without sufficient proof. And this crap about wait for him to fight back.....lol. He already tried that once. Not only did he massively fail but he ended up paying the victim $9M out of his own pocket. Why? She had recorded the phone conversations. That is proof. The transcripts are in the sealed lawsuit. If there was nothing to hide, then why did O'Reilly have 4 different women sign non-disclosures before receiving their civil payouts? "In October 2004, the O’Reilly Factor star was hit with possibly the greatest lawsuit in the history of cable news: then-associate producer Andrea Mackris accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment, quoting the famed gasbag verbatim from phone calls she surreptitiously recorded. According to the suit, the at-times “tyrannical and menacing” O’Reilly would masturbate while on the phone with Mackris, at other points suggesting she purchase a vibrator; engage in phone sex or a threesome with him; and listen to lurid details of his alleged sexual encounters with a cabana masseuse, airline stewardesses, and Thai sex-show workers. Perhaps most famously, O’Reilly fantasized to Mackris how he’d like to shower with her and fondle her with a loofah, which he mistakenly called a “falafel thing” later in the call, according to a transcript. Mackris also alleged that the then-married O’Reilly threatened to make any woman who complains about his behavior “pay so dearly that she’ll wish she’d never been born.” Two weeks later, he settled the case with a payout around $9 million." "As the Times unearthed last month, former Fox Business Network anchor Rebecca Gomez Diamond had also secretly recorded phone calls in which O’Reilly made unwanted advances on her.....When Fox News decided not to renew her contract in 2011, Diamond and her lawyers outlined their case against O’Reilly and he reportedly paid out an undisclosed amount to settle it." And a side note that his own teenage daughter testified against him in a divorce filing that she had witnessed him abusing his now ex-wife and that everyone in the home was frightened. With Ailes at the helm, Fox had an environment ripe for harassment for those so inclined. They are now being exposed.