Published: Sun, August 06, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Eric Bolling suspended from Fox News for allegedly sending unsolicited dick pics

Eric Bolling suspended from Fox News for allegedly sending unsolicited dick pics

That's one more name to throw into the cesspool of Fox newsmen fired amongst sexual harassment claims, including Roger Ailes, Bill O'Reilly, Charles Payne, Jaimie Horowitz, and Francisco Cortes, with accusations ranging from pressuring women into relationships to coercing blow jobs.

The anonymous, uncorroborated claims are untrue and terribly unfair.

When a former NY congressman was accused of sending lewd texts to multiple women in May, Bolling said: "He is a sick human being, to continue to do this time and time again, continue to get caught, saying he's not going to do it again, gets caught again".

When HuffPost contacted Fox on Friday, a spokesperson told the outlet, "We were just informed of this and plan to investigate the matter".

Eric Bolling, a longtime cohost of the Fox News programs The Specialists and Cashin' In, has been suspended from his post after he allegations surfaced that he sent unsolicited lewd text messages to colleagues.

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Recipients of the photos confirmed that they had in fact received them during a time period "several years ago" according to sources.

Bolling, who is now on Fox News' nightly show The Specialists, has worked at the network and Fox Business since 2007.

In the past year, the network has faced numerous accusations of sexual harassment and assault by Fox Business and Fox News on-air talent and executives.

O'Reilly was ousted from the network in April after it was revealed FOX had paid almost $13 million to women who had accused him of sexual harassment over the years. He has also appeared as a guest commentator on Fox News shows such as "O'Reilly Factor", "Fox & Friends" and "Hannity". Through his lawyer, Horowitz denied the "slanderous accusations" made by the network, but Fox Sports said it was sticking by its decision.

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