Bill O’Reilly had police investigate his wife’s boyfriend
Did the Fox News anchor use his power to get back at his wife?
He did admit that he knows O’Reilly on a personal level. No gifts to the NCPD Foundation were recorded from the William O’Reilly Foundation however this does not mean that O’Reilly did not make a donation from his personal accounts.
In January the Long Island Express newspaper began to look into the NCPD and favors being handed out by them. The paper’s editor-in-chief received a call from O’Reilly’s assistant, out of the blue. They said O’Reilly “did not receive any preferential treatment from Mulvey." Interestingly the reporter later wrote that O’Reilly’s “name had never been brought up in relation to this story until the assistant's phone call."
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During the summer of 2010 Gawker was contacted by a former Fox News staffer. They said that during the time O’Reilly’s nephew, Brandon Ricci, had been working on “The O’Reilly Factor” he had been blabbing around the newsroom that his aunt was having an affair with the “local sheriff”.
The nephew had said 'Yeah, I think my aunt and uncle are headed for a …My aunt is seeing someone, “and that really pissed my uncle off.” He only ever referred to his as “this sheriff guy”. O’Reilly soon told his nephew to stop discussing his marriage around the office.
Fox News refused to comment over the alleged favors and internal police investigation.
Det. Lt. Kevin Smith, a spokesman for the NCPD, said, "It's not our policy to identify complainants in cases, and we don't divulge information about administrative investigations. Usually, investigations are opened after someone comes forward to complain about the activity of an officer, and we don't want to discourage people from coming forward."
He was also asked whether an unmarried officer’s love life would be legitimate grounds for the launch of an investigation. He said “It could be. If a person comes to us and has a complaint, no matter how frivolous it appears to be, we look into it. We don't look lightly on citizen complaints."
Gawker queried whether or not the O’Reilly’s are still married. It could be possible under New York law to divorce entirely in private and they could be avoided by filing in a remote county.
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