While for Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was walking around the White House yesterday, a New York appeals court reversed the ruling in a case he was involved in.
The Hollywood Reporter writes that the former Fox News host attempted to sue his ex-wife's attorney for aiding in tricking him into a separation agreement.
O'Reilly won't be collecting $10 million from Michael Klar, the attorney who once represented ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy in a bitter divorce.
Bill O alleged in a lawsuit that Klar had aided and abetted McPhilmy in fraudulently inducing O'Reilly to enter into a separation agreement back in 2010.
According to O'Reilly, his ex-wife made misrepresentations regarding her intent to comply with the terms of the separation agreement. A New York judge allowed the case to proceed over Klar's arguments, which O'Reilly forced to be kept hush-hush.
But, the New York appeals court reversed the ruling.
The appeals court points to the statute of limitations on fraud claims, which is the greater of six years from the date of injury or two years upon discovery.