Bill O’Reilly, role model

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Yes, the man who was trying to hit on an employee was full of self-righteous wrath when his then-wife wanted a divorce. It’s all so very predictable and sad:

Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly, known for his hardline stance on family values and violence in the home, allegedly assaulted his ex-wife, dragging her down the stairs by her neck in front of the pair’s now 16-year-old daughter, according to court documents.

The documents were part of a recently-concluded child custody case in New York, in which a judge ruled that O’Reilly’s ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy would get custody of their two children. Though the vast majority of the case’s documents have been sealed because they deal with minors, Gawker has been able to confirm that the judge did in fact hear testimony about the alleged incident, which took place around 2010.

The allegation is just the latest in a string of incidents that have come to light following the couple’s divorce.

According to Gawker, O’Reilly has not only attempted to have his ex-wife excommunicated from the Roman-Catholic church (which views getting divorced and remarried as a sin against God), but he also used his influence to launch an internal investigation into McPhilmy’s new boyfriend, a Nassau County Police detective.

O’Reilley has also been a on record as blaming minorities’ plight on familial issues, including domestic violence.

HT to Michael Kiely, Richmond DUI Lawyer.

2 thoughts on “Bill O’Reilly, role model

  1. O’Really’s a slag. A no-nothing, no-values piece of shit who gets paid top dollar to spew propaganda to his self-righteous, no-nothing, no-values audience. Anyone who’s surprised that he’s a wife beating prick is credulous in the extreme.

  2. Ah, well, more confirmation that O’Really has been and will always be a very small man in a big suit.

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