Bolling, a former commodities trader and best-selling author, had been a longtime co-host of "The Five", and more recently helped launch a new late-afternoon show, "The Fox News Specialists". "Thank you. I look forward to clearing my name asap".
A spokesperson for Fox News said Cashin In', a business analysis program which was taped Friday as usual, was pulled from airing once the media outlet "was made aware of the allegations" through the Huffington Post story.
An attorney for Bolling, Michael Bowe, denied the allegations. In June, he signed a long-term deal with Fox News.
Pat Robertson, the televangelist who ran for president in 1988 and founded the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), is not buying the latest sexual harassment claim against a Fox News host.
"He was on this program, he's a dedicated Catholic, goes to mass every day, very nice man", Robertson said of Bolling.
The Fox News host was suspended from the network "pending the results of an investigation, which is now underway", a Fox News spokesperson told TheWrap on Saturday. A rotation of substitute hosts will fill in for Bolling on the show.
"Once, he took me up to his office in NY", she continued, "showed me his baseball jerseys, and in the brief time I was there, let me know that his office was his favorite place to have sex".
"Specialists" is an important piece of Fox's weekday schedule, since it airs at an early evening hour - 5 p.m. ET - and helps drive a big audience to the network's prime time hours. If any Fox executives are reading this, please include make-up artists in your assessment of the environment.
When asked in a June story for NJ Advance Media about the corporate culture at Fox News possibly being unkind to women, Bolling said he could not speak to those claims. He also has hosted "All-American New Year", the New Year's Eve special on Fox News, the past two years.