Recipients of the photo confirmed its contents to HuffPost, which is not revealing their identities.
Huff Post said they had spoken to 14 sources linked to Fox News and Fox Business to verify the story, but all of them wanted to remain anonymous because they either work at the network or are at risk of breaching confidentiality agreements. They said they found the images offensive, and one of them replied to the number demanding that no other images be sent, but received no response.
A lawyer for Bolling told the Huffington Post that his client "recalls no such inappropriate communications" and "does not believe he sent any such communications" when asked about the alleged texts.
The allegations against Bolling are the latest in a wave of sexual harassment charges at Fox following the highly publicized departures of former news host Bill O'Reilly and ex-Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
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Meanwhile, Mazda , which has developed its original fuel-saving technology, has been behind in the field of electric vehicles . Toyota may be the king of hybrid tech but neither brand has really got to grips with full EV cars with much enthusiasm.
Fox News also confirmed Bolling's suspension to BuzzFeed News.
Fox News is making headlines yet again for reports of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Fox host Sean Hannity and Fox Business Network host Charles Payne have also been accused of sexual misconduct, though those allegations have fallen on their face. Mr. Bolling said. He apologized for the comment on air the next day. That suit was settled out of court - but prompted a flurry of new allegations against Ailes. He previously served as one of five anchors on the network's show, The Five.
Is Eric Bolling going to be next?!?!
Fox News host Eric Bolling has been a constant on the network for several years. He has repeatedly defended Trump on the network. In May, the first edition of The Specialists featured Bolling's interview with president Donald Trump. "Eric has cultivated a strong fan base and has become a staple to the FOX News brand", Ms. Scott said at the time.