As Radar reported, Bolling, 54, was suspended last week from his co-hosting role on The Specialists for allegedly sending photos of his genitals to various female colleagues.
Eric Bolling has broken his silence Monday amidst a Fox News investigation into claims that he sent a lewd photo to female colleagues. The probe is being conducted by Paul Weiss, the same law firm that looked into allegations of sexual harassment against former Fox chairman Roger Ailes and former host Bill O'Reilly, Fox told TPM on Saturday. Former Fox News guest Caroline Heldman, now an associate professor at Occidental College, claimed that Bolling had repeatedly made sexual advances on her.
In her post, Heldman added that she was not the first woman to receive such inappropriate behavior from him.
As news of the allegations against Bolling broke, Fox News took Bolling off the air and removed his name from some of their promotional materials.
The accusation against him is the latest in a series of harassment scandals that have tarnished the reputation of Fox News over the past year. "Thank you", Bolling tweeted.
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Eric's attorney has denied all reports against him.
"There are a lot of great people working at Fox, many of whom I admire and respect to this day, but there is also a culture of sexual harassment that has not fully been addressed", said Ms. Heldman. And I don't know if it's worse or it's just more public. He said he wanted to fly me out to NY for in-studio hits and to have "fun".
"Once, he took me up to his office in NY, showed me his baseball jerseys, and in the brief time I was there, let me know that his office was his favorite place to have sex", Heldman wrote.
Remarkably, Bolling is not the only Fox host that is sitting on the proverbial bench right now. While Bolling's suspension is in effect, rotating substitute hosts will be in place on The Specialists, as well as on Bolling's weekend segment, "Cashin' In".
Although a rep for Bolling didn't immediately respond to TheWrap's request for comment, CNN Money reporter Jackie Wattles received an email Saturday from Bolling's lawyer Michael Bowe saying, "The anonymous, uncorroborated claims are untrue and terribly unfair". Over the years, many women have come forward to reveal the sexual harassment they faced at the network.