Fox News' Eric Bolling Allegedly Sent Lewd Photos To Female Colleagues

All three women, whose identifies were not revealed, say they recognized his number from previous interactions. However, she didn't get a reply from him.

Fox News contacted Raw Story with the following statement: "We were just informed of this late Friday afternoon via a Huff Post inquiry and plan to investigate the matter". The woman were all adamant that they did NOT ask for or solicit the messages, and that Bolling sent them completely without their desire to see those lewd images.

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.

Another Fox News host, Bill O'Reilly, was forced to leave the network in April after The New York Times reported on a series of sexual harassment cases against him.

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Mr. Bolling, a former commodities trader turned conservative pundit, briefly worked at CNBC before joining the Fox Business Network as a financial analyst in 2007. When referring to the first female pilot in the United Arab Emirates during a segment on "The Five" in 2014, he said on air that it might be better to characterize her as "boobs on the ground" rather than "boots on the ground".

Bolling is a co-host on the Fox News show "The Specialists" and has made some eyebrow-raising comments about women before. He is an avid defender of President Donald Trump and has frequently drawn praise from the president. He has repeatedly defended Trump on the network.

Bolling's contract was extended in June, with Fox News co-president Suzanne Scott saying: "Eric has cultivated a strong fan base and has become a staple to the Fox News brand". Over the past few years, Trump has tweeted praise and support for Bolling at least a dozen times, including support for his book in 2016.

  • Michelle Webb