The allegations are the most recent to surface against employees at Fox News, which has worked in recent months to purge itself of the corporate culture fostered by former CEO Roger Ailes.
A legendary figure in the TV-news business, Ailes was in 2016 accused of sexual harassment by former anchor Gretchen Carlson, resulting in a probe that led to his ouster. Ailes, who died earlier this year, denied the allegations. Bill O’Reilly, the linchpin of the network’s primetime lineup, left in April after allegations surfaced of settlements paid to stop harassment allegations. Co-president Bill Shine, who had been accused in sundry lawsuits of not taking harassment accusations seriously, left the network in May.
Fox Business replaced an episode of “Cashin’ In” that was pre-taped with a live half hour news broadcast, pulling Bolling’s broadcast after the allegations surfaced. Both Fox News and Fox Business expect to use rotating substitute hosts in Bolling’s place.
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