Kelly, now a television free agent after losing her job at NBC News, released an online video where she, her husband and three women who had accused Ailes and former anchor Bill O'Reilly of unwanted sexual advances watched the movie and discussed their experiences. Kelly accused Ailes of forcibly trying to kiss her and wanting to see nude pictures of her on other occasions. Ailes, who died in , and O'Reilly were both fired for sexual misconduct. They denied being involved in non-consensual activities. Kelly, Juliette Huddy, Rudi Bakhtiar and Julie Zann all fought back tears at certain points watching the film and discussing their own experiences. Kelly doubled as the interviewer and participant as they talked about some scenes that were inaccurate and others that hit close to home.
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