Over the last week, Bill O'Reilly has been all over the headlines after the New York Times broke a bombshell story that revealed he had reached a settlement with five women who accused the Fox News host of Sexual Harassment. After President Donald Trump came to O'Reilly's defense, one of his accusers has decided to go off on her own Twitter rant.

O'Reilly backlash

The allegations against Bill O'Reilly date back to over a decade ago, where the popular conservative host has been accused of acting out in inappropriate way against various women. The New York Times report claims that O'Reilly and Fox News paid out as much as $13 million to the five accusers in an attempt to silence what would have been a brand-damaging scandal.

Since the story broke, over 20 sponsors have pull their ads from "The O'Reilly Factor," including the likes of BMW and Allstate. During an interview earlier this week, Donald Trump was asked about the allegations, but defended O'Reilly as a "good person," while doubting the validity of the story. In response, Rebecca Diamond, former Fox News employee and one of O'Reilly's accusers, decided to open up on social media.

In a series of tweets directed specifically at Donald Trump, Rebecca Diamond was not pleased with how the president quickly came to Bill O'Reilly's defense.

"President Trump, the women were forced to settle, not the other way around," Diamond tweeted. " "If you don't believe in settlements, get rid of forced mediation employment agreements and women won't have to settle," she continued.

Rebecca Diamond then got personal with Donald Trump, informing him that she had met and interviewed three of his children during her time at Fox, and expressed that she was "saddened" by his instant defense of Bill O'Reilly.

"Truly disappointed and vilified," she wrote, before adding that the president's remarks only "tell women they won't be believed." Diamond is the first of the aforementioned five women to come forward over the commander in chief's defense of O'Reilly, which has only continued to put pressure on the network to make a move on one of their top talents.

Moving forward

As of press time, neither Bill O'Reilly, Donald Trump, nor Fox News have responded the Rebecca Diamond's remarks. In addition, despite sponsors removing their ads from O'Reilly's program, there's been no indication that the host will be pulled from the network anytime soon.