21st Century Fox is reportedly using the infamous tape of Donald Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women to train workers about harassment, despite the fact that personalities at the company's media outlet - Fox News - defended Trump after the remarks were made public.
The investigation is in response to a complaint lodged last week by Wendy Walsh, formerly a regular guest on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" show.
"As president, I promise I'm going to do everything I can to make sure you people work in coal for the rest of your lives, and your kids will work in coal, and your grandkids", he told one cast member.
Bloom and Walsh called into 21st Century Fox's corporate hotline last week to formally issue the complaint with the company. Over a course of ten years, Fox News and O'Reilly had paid a total of $13 million to 5 women, including Walsh.
Paul Weiss is the same law firm hired by 21st Century Fox to look into sexual harassment claims against former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes following a lawsuit filed by former host Gretchen Carlson.
"OK but when she said "no", what was her vibe?" She posted the entire exchange on YouTube.
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On April 1, the New York Times reported that an investigation they had conducted uncovered five female accusers against O'Reilly.
O'Reilly has denied all allegations, and the network has stood by him, even after a New York Times report on the settlements last week started an advertising exodus from his show.
Baldwin's O'Reilly introduced Trump on the sketch, saying "one man was fearless enough to come to my defense, a man who was unimpeachable on all female issues" with Baldwin's Trump saying he continued to stand by O'Reilly. "Apparently, several women have come forward and accused me of offering them exciting opportunities here at Fox News".
In a nod to advertisers fleeing The O'Reilly Factor, the advertisers during the sketch were "Dog Cocaine", "Cialis for horses", and the movie, CHIPS.