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Advertisers Flee From Bill O'Reilly's Show Amid Sex Harassment Scandal

Apr. 5 2017, Updated 4:38 p.m. ET

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In the midst of Bill O'Reilly's sexual harassment scandal, multiple advertisers have pulled out of their commercial slots for his show, The O'Reilly Factor.

As Radar readers know, the 67-year-old was accused of sexual and verbal harassment by at least five female employees. According to The New York Times and other Radar reporting, O'Reilly has paid out $13 million to the women.

So far, at least 15 advertisers have removed their commercials from the Fox News show, with several spokesmen making statements on behalf of the companies.

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See the complete list below:

-Mercedes-Benz

-Hyundai

-Mitsubishi Motors

-T. Rowe Price

-Wayfair

-Bayer

-Credit Karma

-Lexus

-BMW

-Sanofi Consumer Healthcare

-Constant Contact

- GlaxoSmithKline

-Allstate

-Untuckit

-Ainsworth Pet Nutrition-

-Jenny Craig

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