Bill O’Reilly dropped by literary agency

NEW YORK (AP) — Bill O’Reilly has been dropped by his literary agency.

William Morris Entertainment announced Thursday that it would not be working with the former Fox News host and best-selling author on “future deals.” The agency says it would honor projects “under contract.”

O’Reilly has for years been one of the most popular nonfiction writers in the country. He has sold millions of copies through his “Killing” series, including “Killing Kennedy” and “Killing Lincoln.” His most recent book, “Killing England,” came out last month and quickly topped the nonfiction best-seller list of The New York Times.

O’Reilly was forced out of Fox in April amid numerous allegations of sexual harassment. More recently, The New York Times reported that O’Reilly paid $32 million to a Fox legal analyst to settle a harassment claim.


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