BREAKING: Eric Bolling ‘Accuser’ Comes Clean…

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Eric Bolling Accuser Comes Clean
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Fox News host Eric Bolling was suspended from the network on Saturday after he was accused of sexual harassment. However, one of his alleged “accusers” has just come forward to clarify that she was never harassed by Bolling in any way.

Bizpac Review reported that after Bolling was suspended, rumors started swirling that he texted unsolicited photos of male genitalia to two colleagues at Fox Business Network and one colleague at Fox News. The name of former Fox News Channel contributor Michelle Fields quickly came up, with sources claiming that she was one of the women. Fields, however, took to her Twitter page to come clean and shoot down these rumors.

“False. Im not one of the women in @yashar‘s story & Eric Bolling was nothing but professional when I worked w/ him. Pls stop spreading lies,” Fields wrote.

Fields was brought into this mess after the New York Daily News published a story that said the Fox News host “once asked contributors Michelle Fields and Katie Pavlich to rank Democratic political perverts as though sexual perversion against women was all fun and games.”

This comes as many of Bolling’s supporters are saying that this is but a ploy by the left to shut down conservative, pro-Trump voices. What Fields tweeted certainly supports this, as she testified to the high quality character Bolling has.

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Source: conservativefighters.com

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  1. The real damage is done when the accusation, true or false, is made. Unfortunately many people will still believe an accusation even if it is proven false. Anyone who falsely accuses a celebrity or anyone else of a sexual crime should be heavily fined, indicted and serve time, in addition to publishing a statement that they lied. The admission should be given the same coverage as the initial false charge online and in the papers.

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