Fox News Host Accused Of Sending Obscene Photos To Female Co-Workers: Report
The scandals continue in Fox News, this time host Eric Bolling is being accused of sending his female co-workers several unsolicited lewd photos via text message.
A Fox News spokesperson told the Hill, “We were just informed of this late Friday afternoon via a Huffington Post inquiry and plan to investigate the matter.”
According to the spokesperson, Bolling has been suspended of his duties and won’t be back until the investigation concludes.
“Eric Bolling has been suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway,” a Fox spokesperson said.
Several sources told the Huffington Post that Bolling sent photos of his genitalia to two of his female co-workers.
Bolling isn’t the first Fox News worker that has been charged for a sexual assault.
One of Fox News’ top rated hosts, Bill O’Reilly was kicked out of the network after news revealed that he paid $13 million to five different women who accused him of sexual harassment.
“The network has also faced several sexual harassment allegations from contributors. Julie Roginsky, who departed the news organization in June, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes in April claiming that Ailes sexually harassed her and that when she refused his advances, she was denied a job opportunity,” The Hill reported.