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Fox News suspends host Eric Bolling after new allegation of sexually inappropriate behavior
By Paul Farhi August 5
Fox News Channel suspended longtime host Eric Bolling on Saturday, amid a report that he sent lewd texts to female co-workers at the network.
Bolling, co-host of the weekday Fox program “The Specialists” and former co-host of “The Five,” is the latest Fox employee to be accused of inappropriate sexual behavior in the 13 months since the network was consumed by allegations of sexual harassment against its co-founder and then-chairman, the late Roger Ailes.
According to a report in HuffPost, Bolling, 54, texted a photo of male genitalia to two colleagues at Fox Business Network, and one to a co-worker at Fox News. The website didn’t reveal the names of the alleged recipients, but said they are Bolling’s current and former colleagues. The messages were sent several years ago and were unsolicited, it said.
In a statement issued Saturday afternoon, Fox said it had suspended Bolling “pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway.” The law firm Paul Weiss, which has conducted a series of investigations into harassment at the network, is investigating the allegations against Bolling.
Last summer, Ailes was forced out of his job after former “Fox & Friends” host Gretchen Carlson filed suit against him. Her suit — quickly settled for $20 million — unleashed a series of accusations against Fox executives and on-air personalities by women who work at the company.
In April, the network forced out its biggest star, Bill O’Reilly, after the New York Times reported that he and Fox had settled five harassment suits or complaints dating back more than a decade. Network president Bill Shine resigned soon after.