A woman who settled a harassment complaint against former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly alleges in a new suit that he and the network breached their nondisparagement and confidentiality agreements after she was outed in a New York Times story about claims against O’Reilly.

Rachel Witlieb Bernstein claims in her U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York suit Bernstein v. O’Reilly, 17-cv-09483, that she was not the source of information for the April 1 story that appeared in the Times. In it, Bernstein was personally identified as a “young producer” who, in 2002, was allegedly verbally assaulted by O’Reilly in the Fox newsroom.

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