Fordham: The Fine Print
Here's the money 'graph from his statement:
The fact is, even prior to the existence of the Foley e-mail exchanges, I had more than one conversation with senior staff at the highest level of the House of Representatives asking them to intervene when I was informed of Mr. Foley's inappropriate behavior. One of these staffers is still employed by a senior House Republican leader. Rather than trying to shift the blame on me, those who are employed by these House leaders should acknowledge what they know about their action or inaction in response to the information they knew about Mr. Foley prior to 2005.
So Fordham claims there is one actual individual still working for a "senior House Republican leader" who knew before 2005 about Foley's problem. Others may have known but are not now in the House leadership. That seems to me to suggest that Fordham didn't tell Hastert directly but had every reason to believe he'd done his duty in notifying Hastert's office. At least that seems the most Hastert-friendly glimmer to be found here.