Civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom speaks out amid accusations

A new report accuses prominent lawyer Lisa Bloom of allegedly seeking donations to pay women accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct.
2:54 | 12/16/17

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women's rights lawyer Lisa bloom taking heat. Responding to a report claiming she tried to arrange compensation for women who were thinking about going public with allegations of sexual misconduct against Donald Trump just before the election. Now, bloom is explaining it all and Eva pilgrim joins us with her response. Hi, Eva. Reporter: She's often on the forefront representing women on women's rights issues, however, she was forced to defend herself for her role in advising Harvey Weinstein as his scandal broke and now she's on the defense again this time after a bombshell report regarding trump accusers. This morning, high-profile attorney Lisa bloom who's represented celebrities like Kathy griffin and Blac Chyna -- We had a complete and total victory. Reporter: Now defending herself after an explosive new report accusing her of trying to secure hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations for women who accused then candidate Donald Trump of sexually inappropriate behavior. Donors reached out for the first time and said, oh, my god, what can we do to help these women? Reporter: Bloom represented four women who were considering making accusations against trump last year. If you're a single mom unemployed on the verge of bankruptcy and thinking about speaking out against Donald Trump an offer of relocation and round the clock security is very meaningful to you. Reporter: The hill talked to two of those women examined text messages and other documents they say showed bloom tried to get money for them offering to sell alleged victims' stories to TV outlet, arranging a don't for to pay off one trump accuser's mortgage and attempting to secure a six-figure payment for another woman. The only compensation I would receive under our standard retainer agreement would be a percentage of the very tiny ams that a media outlet would offer for, let's say photo licensing. Reporter: Bill O'Reilly claiming vindication since it was released. Bloom represented some of the women who accused him of sexual harassment. O'Reilly tweeting -- I told you guys from the very beginning that many allegations were false and politically driven. Just a few days ago O'Reilly hinting to Glenn beck he knew info related to the story before it even broke. There is a tape, an audiotape of an anti-Trump person offering $200,000 to a woman to accuse Donald Trump of untoward behavior. Bill O'Reilly and I can tangle again. I'm confident I will win again. Don't go after the trump accusers. One of bloom's clients and a trump accuser Jill Harth saying coming forward was one of the hardest things she's had to do saying I'm terribly disappointed that anyone would suggest Lisa was trying to pay women to come forward. It's simply not true. All right. Eva pilgrim, a lot there. Thank you very much.

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