How a UNC grad uncovered sexual misconduct allegations against Fox’s Bill O’Reilly

The woman was reluctant to speak on the record about O’Reilly. “You are making very serious allegations against really powerful people,” the reporter, Emily Steel of The New York Times, told me last week. But Steel, a 2006 UNC-Chapel Hill graduate from East Lyme, Conn., persisted. After all, as one writer noted, she has a name from a James Bond movie. (Charlotte Observer)

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