Fox News host Eric Bolling suspended over 'lewd messages'

Fox News host Eric Bolling suspended over 'lewd messages'

Fox News host Eric Bolling suspended over 'lewd messages'

His show, Cashin' In, was pulled from the airwaves on Friday night after allegations surfaced in a report by The Huffington Post.

Fox News host Eric Bolling has been suspended by the cable giant due to an ongoing sexual harassment investigation.

It added that a rotation of substitute hosts would fill in for Mr. Bolling on "The Fox News Specialists", where he is now a co-host.

Fox News on Saturday suspended Eric Bolling, one of the network's hosts, as it investigates a report that he sent female colleagues unsolicited photos of male genitalia, BuzzFeed News has learned. Bolling has openly advocated for Trump, first on The Five and later on his new program the FOX News Specialists. "This on-air behavior was perfectly acceptable to Fox executives at the time".

Michael Bowe, Eric Bolling's lawyer, in response to the emails announced that all these claims are uncorroborated.

On Sunday, Heldman posted once again to Facebook, explaining that she released statements concerning her time at Fox "to help another woman come forward".

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A liberal commentator who made hundreds of appearances on Fox and Fox Business from 2008-11, Ms. Heldman referred to "multiple experiences with Bolling that caused grave concern to my friends and family".

The show Bolling typically hosts on Saturdays, "Cashin' In", did not air.

Bolling is also just the latest Fox News personality to become embroiled in a sexual harassment allegation.

The investigation comes as Fox News attempts to bounce back from a string of sexual harassment scandals that saw the network's founder, Roger Ailes, forced out amid claims of sexual misconduct. However, she didn't get a reply from him.

O'Reilly has since left the network amid scrutiny of sexual misconduct. Trump also in return has tweeted praise and support for Bolling. O'Reilly consistently denied the allegations, but was eventually fired from the network. As screengrabbed by Yashar Ali, the reporter who authored the bombshell HuffPost story, the Twitter account for The Fox News Specialists now only lists Kat Timpf and Eboni Williams as hosts.

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