Fox News is poised to shift its primetime lineup again following the suspension of a top personality who is accused of sexually harassing colleagues. "Fox News Specialists" host Eric Bolling was suspended earlier this month following...Show More Summary
As the investigation of lewd text by now suspended Fox News Channel host Eric Bolling continues, the costs keep growing for 21t Century Fox, a filing today with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reveals. “The Company and certain...Show More Summary
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Tell me if you've heard this before: Fox News has a problem on their hands. One of their male hosts sexually harassed a women. Which names come to mind? Roger Ailes? Bill O'Reilly? Sure, but now we have a third upstanding, conservative...Show More Summary
"He thought that I was some young and stupid freelance reporter for HuffPost that would get scared by this. Good luck!"
Lawyers for a HuffPost writer are pushing back against a $50 million defamation lawsuit filed by Fox News host Eric Bolling.
Last week, we reported that Fox News host Eric Bolling had been suspended from his positions at the network, as it investigated allegations that he’d sent inappropriate pictures—by which we mean dick pics, in case that wasn’t clear—to several of his female co-workers. Show More Summary
The journalist targeted by a defamation lawsuit from suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling is fighting back against the $50 million lawsuit. Attorney Patricia Glaser, who’s representing journalist Yashar Ali, called Bolling’s suit “utterly devoid of merit,” The Huffington Post...
Attorneys representing a HuffPost contributing writer are fighting back against Fox News host Eric Bolling's $50 million defamation lawsuit, calling it "utterly devoid of merit" and demanding that it be dismissed. "The Summons with Notice you filed... Show More Summary
A lawyer for the author, Yashar Ali, said it was false that he had published defamatory statements in an article that led to the suspension of Eric Bolling, the Fox News host.
Two days after suspended Fox News Channel host Eric Bolling threatened a $50 million defamation lawsuit the journalist who revealed the former The Five regular's lewd texts, Yashar Ali today made clear he has one of Hollywood's heaviest...Show More Summary
As the investigation continues and threats of new lawsuits swirl in the allegations that Fox News Channel's now suspended Eric Bolling sent lewd texts to colleagues, the outlet's battle with Andrea Tantaros has taken another strangeShow More Summary
The suspended newscaster is personally suing Huffington Post contributing writer Yashar Ali for defamation.
Eric Bolling, the Fox News host accused of sending unsolicited pictures of his genitalia to female colleagues, has sued the journalist who made the accusation, and the publication that ran the story, Washington Post is reporting. Last...Show More Summary
Suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling on Wednesday sued the reporter who broke the story that he had allegedly sent lewd text messages to colleagues. Bolling filed a $50-million defamation lawsuit in state Supreme Court in Manhattan against Yashar Ali, a Huffington Post contributing writer. The...
Another day, another SLAPP suit -- but, unfortunately, not much in the way of an anti-SLAPP law to protect against it. As you may have heard recently, Fox News host Eric Bolling was recently suspended by the channel after Yashar AliShow More Summary
He better hope no one has screenshots.
Fox News host Eric Bolling is suing Yashar Ali, the reporter whose story accuses Bolling of sending graphic texts to female co-workers.
Fox News has been stricken with multiple accusations of sexual harassment, and several Fox heavyweights have seen their careers destroyed because of it. This includes former chairman and CEO Roger
Suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling is hitting back against allegations he sent an unsolicited photo of a penis to female colleagues. On Wednesday, Bolling filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against reporter Yashar Ali, whose Huffington Post story cited 14 sources as confirming the photo was sent by Bolling...