Fox News host Eric Bolling predicted Monday he'd be able to clear his name after some of his current and former colleagues accused him of inappropriate behavior, which led to his suspension from the network.
"Overwhelmed by all the support I have received," Bolling wrote on Twitter. "Thank you... I look forward to clearing my name asap."
The Huffington Post reported Friday that women at Fox had complained that Bolling, in years past, had sent them separate text messages that included a photo of male genitals.
Overwhelmed by all the support I have received. Thank youI look forward to clearing my name asap— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) August 7, 2017
Fox said it had suspended Bolling while it investigated the matter. Through a lawyer, Bolling denied the allegations.
Bolling is a co-host on "The Specialists."
Bill O'Reilly, a former Fox host, and the late Roger Ailes, the network's CEO, were also accused of inappropriate behavior and had their careers at Fox cut short.