As a result of the story, though, Fox News launched an investigation into the matter. It's widely reported that unnamed sources have confirmed the pictures, and all recipients of the texts wish to remain anonymous.
Fox News said that an investigation 'is now underway, ' with attorney Paul Weiss leading the proceedings.
According to The Huffington Post, a dozen sources came forward to allege that Bolling had sent the messages to at least three different colleagues from his Fox Business and Fox News work over the years.More news: Serena Williams has 50s themed baby shower
Is there anyone at Fox News other than Shep Smith who is not sexually harassing women?
His lawyer denied the allegations to the news website, saying Bolling didn't send such messages.More news: Mark Carney: Brexit is harming United Kingdom and transition agreement is needed
When a former NY congressman was accused of sending lewd texts to multiple women in May, Bolling said: "He is a sick human being, to continue to do this time and time again, continue to get caught, saying he's not going to do it again, gets caught again". He now serves as co-host of the evening talk show "The Five".
As for Bolling, he has plenty of defenders who say this is but a ploy by the left to shut down conservative, pro-Trump voices.
Bolling is a co-host on the Fox News show "The Specialists" and has made some eyebrow-raising comments about women before. He is the author of a book titled "The Swamp", which earned a supportive retweet from President Trump when it was released.
His Fox contract was extended in June, ending rumours that he would join the Trump administration as commerce secretary or as a senior adviser. Thus, with its unobstructed view, everyone can see what is going on inside.More news: Everton drawn with Hajduk Split in Europa League play-off round