BOOM! Eric Bolling SUES THE PANTS OFF Huffington Post Reporter Over Sexting Allegations


Eric Bolling has had enough! The Fox News host has decided to file a lawsuit against the Huffington Post reporter who broke a story last week that included several female co-workers claiming Bolling sent them lewd photos. The reported, whose name is Yashar Ali, tweeted this to his 140,000 Twitter followers on Wednesday:

“Just received a summons. Eric Bolling is suing me for defamation – $50 million in damages. I stand by my reporting + will protect my sources.”


After the report, Bolling was suspended from Fox News as an investigation continues into the claims he sent harassing messages years ago via text message. A spokesperson for Fox said:

“Eric Bolling has been suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway.”


Here’s the lawsuit:


As the investigation is happening, Yashar Ali wrote on Twitter:

“Breaking: Per Fox News Spokesperson, Eric Bolling has been suspended. An investigation will be conducted by law firm Paul Weiss.”


This is what the Washington Free Beacon reported:

“The firm, Paul, Weiss, has long been tied to the Clinton family, with its employees donating hundreds of thousands to its political campaigns and later cashing in on political appointments in the government. The Nov. 19 fundraiser, which is being billed as a “conversation with Hillary,” is currently being promoted on the Democratic presidential candidate’s website and costs attendees $2,700 per ticket.
The event is being held as the issue of Guantanamo prison returns to the political spotlight following renewed calls by the Obama administration to shutter the prison and transfer the remaining prisoners to the United States. Paul, Weiss lawyers have played key roles in facilitating the release of inmates accused of committing acts of terrorism.”


The law firm employs former DHS Head under Obama, Jeh Johnson. The firm has stated:

“A partner in the Paul, Weiss Litigation Department, Jeh Johnson is the former Secretary of Homeland Security. Secretary Johnson advises clients, including management teams and boards of directors, on crisis management, government and internal investigations, high-stakes litigation and regulatory matters, and legal aspects of cybersecurity and other security matters. His legal career has encompassed both private law practice and public service, including three Senate-confirmed presidential appointments. He is resident in both the New York and Washington, D.C. offices.”




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