As reported yesterday, Fox News and Bill O’Reilly have reportedly paid $13 million to settle sexual harassment claims against the host in recent years.
In the wake of these serious sexual harassment claims, more than a dozen companies have pulled ads from the show.
BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, and Mitsubishi all yanked their ads after a New York Times investigation that surfaced five sexual harassment cases against the political pundit.
They were joined Tuesday by pharmaceutical maker GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Consumer Care, insurer Allstate, asset management firm T. Rowe Price, and personal finance company Credit Karma.
Untuckit, a men’s clothing line, and Constant Contact, an email marketer, and Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, the parent company of the Rachel Ray-endorsed dog food brand Nutrish, also announced they were pulling ads.
Lexus has also pulled their ads from the show.
Bill O’Reilly has denied the claims (of course) and Fox News has issued a statement saying they stand by the host.
In related news, Don Lemon took the time out of his day to shut Bill O’Reilly right on up.
Bill tweeted out a story accusing Don of not covering the allegations against former Obama aide Susan Rice.
CNN's Don Lemon refuses to cover Susan Rice story https://t.co/DATs2WMIX2
— Bill O'Reilly (@BillOReilly) April 4, 2017
Don came back with the CHECK and the MATE.
False. I did not refuse to cover the story. But I did cover your sexual harassment allegations. Did you? https://t.co/sJ5mQQgx2E
— Don Lemon (@donlemon) April 4, 2017