Bill O'Reilly's ex-wife claims he attacked her after she found him having phone sex in 2009

Just weeks after his ouster at FOX News amid sexual harassment claims, more shocking information about Bill O'Reilly has surfaced.

The former "O'Reilly Factor" host's ex-wife, Maureen McPhilmy, revealed in an affidavit filed in October 2011 that he physically assaulted her when she found him having phone sex, according to Jezebel. The affidavit was used during the couple's divorce proceedings back in 2011.

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According to McPhilmy, she found her then-husband engaging in phone sex while half-naked at around 10:30 p.m. one evening in December 2009. O'Reilly "flew into a fit of rage" upon her discovery and slammed her into a nearby wall. The force of her body hitting the wall left behind a hole that measured one foot across. He then, according to the affidavit, wrapped his arms around her shoulders, neck and hands, making it impossible for her to move.

McPhilmy was violently dragged out of her bedroom and down the second floor hallway of their multi-million dollar home in Long Island, New York. O'Reilly then dragged her down the stairs and through the kitchen.

He only stopped the violent attack after realizing that the security guard hired to protect him and his family saw what was going on. McPhilmy noted in the affidavit that the security guard was startled at O'Reilly's appearance because he was naked from the waist down

While shocking, this isn't the first time reports about O'Reilly's violent nature has surfaced. Two years ago, Gawker reported similar details they found in court transcripts from the couple's divorce proceedings.

The couple's daughter, Madeline, told a court-appointed forensic examiner that she had witnessed her father "choking" her mother. However, it wasn't clear whether the incident described by McPhilmy in the affidavit is the same one her daughter was alluding to.

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O'Reilly responded to Gawker's report, saying that "all allegations against me in these circumstances are 100% false."

The phone sex claims raised more eyebrows recently after Juliet Huddy, who worked with O'Reilly at FOX News, claimed that he pursued a sexual relationship with her in 2011. According to a draft letter that was obtained by The New York Times, the longtime network anchor called Huddy repeatedly and those calls "sounded as if O'Reilly was masturbating."

Huddy is only one of several women who have come forward with sexual harassment claims against Bill O'Reilly. Ultimately, the longtime FOX News fixture was fired following the release of a scathing New York Times report claiming that O'Reilly and the network had paid out over $13 million settling harassment lawsuits with different women.

Since his departure from the network, O'Reilly has kept a relatively low profile. He was recently seen at a Mets game with former FOX News colleague Geraldo Rivera.