Bill O’Reilly’s bitter custody battle with ex-wife Maureen McPhinney came to an end when a Nassau County Supreme Court gave custody of O’Reilly’s two minor children to their mother.
While the records of the case are sealed, Gawker has a source close to the case who reported some very disturbing information about the time before their divorce, Bill’s anger, and a frightened young girl who witnessed what no little girl should.
O’Reilly’s own daughter apparently testified under oath that she witnessed the serial liar drag her mother down the stairs by the neck, an obvious instance of domestic abuse. O’Reilly and his employer, Fox News, wouldn’t respond to Gawker about the allegations, but O’Reilly did respond to Politico’s Dylan Byers by saying:
All allegations against me in these circumstances are 100% false. I am going to respect the court-mandated confidentiality put in place to protect my children and will not comment any further.
O’Reilly didn’t disclose his location when giving the statement, but one can only assume he was pretending to save mountain climbers from an avalanche on Mount Everest or imagining himself finding the cure for ebola in Liberia.
O’Reilly isn’t exactly known for his credibility, is he?
O’Reilly’s nefarious deeds in the matter of his divorce and custody are well documented. After the couple separated, O’Reilly had McPhinney’s new boyfriend, a Nassau County detective, investigated for…nothing.
After the divorce, the couple agreed to hire a neutral therapist for the children, who O’Reilly then put on his household payroll, turning her into a nanny so he could ignore his children and any and all parental duties.
He was probably far too busy hunting down and killing Osama Bin Laden.
O’Reilly’s anger is well documented. Who can forget the time he screamed at Alan Colmes because Alan was right and Bill is an idiot. What better reason to get yourself worked up, eh Bill?
After seeing something like that is it really that difficult to imagine O’Reilly losing his temper with someone he sees more than once a month on a TV show?
If this is how O’Reilly’s wife was treated when Bill was wrong at home, she most certainly lived in an extremely dangerous hot-zone.
Much like the one O’Reilly experienced in Grenada three days before he got there.
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