Megyn Kelly speaks out on sexual harassment in the workplace. Getty

Megyn Kelly revealed she complained to Fox News about Bill O'Reilly and his comments toward sexual harassment on the Today show Monday.

Nearly a year ago, Kelly reportedly sent an email to Fox News saying O'Reilly's comments concerning sexual harassment sent out the wrong message to women.

In a 2016 appearance, O'Reilly was questioned about Kelly's recently published memoir, Settle for More, where she recounted her experience with sexual harassment by Fox News Chair Roger Ailes.

"I’m not interested in basically litigating something that is finished that makes my network look bad," O'Reilly said in a TV appearance.

Despite his on-air comments, it seemed as though O'Reilly had his own run-ins with sexual harassment allegations. A New York Times article reported he had made a $32 million agreement on sexual harassment charges — it was his sixth allegation.

"Perhaps it’s his own history of harassment of women which has, as you both know, resulted in payouts to more than one woman, including recently, that blinded him to the folly of saying anything other than 'I am just so sorry for the women of this company who never should have had to go through that,'" Kelly said in an excerpt of the newly released email to then-Fox News Co-Presidents, Bill Shine and Jack Abernethy.

Kelly also reflected on the response from Shine, saying that O'Reilly was "dealt with." However, despite the harassment allegations, Fox News continued to contract O'Reilly and gave him a 4-year extension worth $100 million.

"Women everywhere are used to being dismissed, ignored or attacked when raising complaints about men in authority positions," she said. "They stay silent so often out of fear."

Kelly also spoke out against sexual harassment in the workplace in a Time article Thursday, advocating for men to become women's allies.

"The harassers must stop; we know this," Kelly wrote. "But male titans of industry must stand up for decency."