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Bill O’Reilly Divorce

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Bill O’Reilly Divorce, The Bill O’Reilly divorce with Maureen McPhilmy has been resolved. But residual issues from the divorce are heating up Gawker this week again. And while Gawker contends the story is new, O’Reilly who previously d3enouncec Gawker is refusing comment.

Bill O’Reilly wants his ex-wife to go to Hell. Literally. As we previously reported, the Fox News falafelist became separated from his former wife Maureen McPhilmy at some point in 2011, and later went on an apparently corrupt crusade to destroy the career of the Nassau County Police detective she was dating. We have now confirmed that O’Reilly and McPhilmy have been formally divorced, that she has since married the detective, and that O’Reilly is in the midst of a scorched-earth custody battle—dubbed, appropriately enough, Anonymous v. Anonymous—over the ex-couple’s two children. It involves a surreptitious attempt by O’Reilly to undermine his custody arrangement by hiring, as a member of his household staff, the woman he and his ex had agreed on as a neutral arbiter of their disputes. It also involves O’Reilly’s attempts to annul his marriage and have McPhilmy potentially booted from the Catholic Church.

To catch you up: In May 2010, O’Reilly and his wife began living in separate houses less than half a mile from each other on Long Island. In 2011, O’Reilly used his connections with the Nassau County Police Department (and the potential for donations to a nonprofit affiliated with the department) to try to launch an internal affairs investigation into McPhilmy’s new boyfriend—a Nassau County detective—for the crime of sleeping with Bill O’Reilly’s wife. With the help of the New York Civil Liberties Union, we are currently suing the NCPD for access to public records, including O’Reilly’s correspondence with former commissioner Lawrence Mulvey, about the episode. That case is on appeal to the Second Department of New York Supreme Court’s Appellate Division.

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