Fox News' Eric Bolling Suspended Pending Results Of Sexting Investigation

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Fox Host Eric Bolling is latest at the center of a sexual harassment scandal

Fox News posted a story on the suspension Saturday, saying that an investigation is underway.

"We are investigating this matter and all claims will be taken into account", a Fox News spokesperson said in a statement to The Hill.

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.

All of these cases have provoked uncomfortable questions about Fox's corporate culture and about whether management tolerated improper behavior for many years. He was most recently co-hosting "The Fox News Specialists".

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Yesterday's Huffington Post article said Bolling sent an unsolicited photo of male genitalia to two female colleagues at Fox Business News and one female colleague at Fox News.

Bolling's attorney, Michael J. Bowe, tells NPR that the allegations are untrue, that he sent no "unsolicited" communication - suggesting but not stating there were consensual exchanges.

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".

Bolling has denied all allegations against him. The cooperation will be provided in full for the investigation so that the judgment against him can be concluded in the fastest way possible.

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In addition to having a prominent role on The Specialists, Bolling also hosts the weekend show Cashin' In.

The investigation is being conducted by the law firm Paul Weiss, who dealt with previous sexual harassment scandals at Fox News involving former CEO Roger Ailes and former anchor Bill O'Reilly. Los Angeles radio personality Wendy Walsh alleged that O'Reilly promised her a position on his highly rated show, "The O'Reilly Factor", if she would have sex with him. The lawsuit accuses the network of making up quotes and pushing a false story that benefits Trump, even inviting the chief executive into the editorial process. He is the author of a book titled "The Swamp", which earned a supportive retweet from President Trump when it was released. O'Reilly has denied any wrongdoing.

According to HuffPost, the women are Bolling's current and former Fox colleagues.

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