Officially a terrible person


[contextly_sidebar id="pB9GqCh4hjsg7IZJLkdkL3OU151FNEWY"]We'd forgotten about that time human-shaped ambulatory turd sack Bill O'Reilly lost custody of his kids, for allegedly beating up their mom in front of them. Of course O'Reilly insisted these scandalous accusations were "100% false," and damn the damned dirty liar (his own daughter) who would say such things. Things like, she saw her dad drag her mom down the stairs, by her neck, and she didn't want to have to live with her dad because he is a terrible monster garbage person.

It's all coming back to us now, though, thanks to a fresh new slap-in-the-face ruling from the New York appellate court:

[T]here is a sound and substantial basis for the Supreme Court's determination that it is in the best interests of the children for the mother to be awarded primary residential custody. Particularly relevant in this case are the clearly stated preferences of the children, especially considering their age and maturity, and the quality of the home environment provided by the mother[.]

Yeah, sorry, Bill O'Reilly, but that's two courts now that have agreed your teenage children shouldn't have to see much of you, because they really don't wanna, and also, you are a terrible person whose selfish sucking up of our oxygen is a real crime against humanity. The order doesn't say that exactly, but we're very good at reading between the lines and also, isn't it obvious?

O'Reilly isn't completely barred from seeing his children who do not want to see him:

The court awarded the father visitation with the children on alternating weekends and, in the weeks preceding the mother's weekends, visitation with the son from Wednesday until Friday, and directed that the daughter would have "the option to spend either Wednesday night or Thursday night, or both, at the father's home."

Here's some unsolicited advice for O'Reilly: try not to be such a raging dick stump to your kids during your limited time with them, while the judicial system still has the authority to force them to be around your terrible self. Because once they're 18, unless you find a way to make them not hate you and hate being around you, they can tell you to fuck right off forever. And no one would blame them.

[Appellate Order via Gawker]

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