Eric Bolling Issues Tweet about cause of his son’s death

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Written by Dennis Michael Lynch

It’s been an unbelievably tough 24-hours for former Fox News host, Eric Bolling.

On Friday afternoon is was announced that Bolling was let go by Fox News after the network completed a month-long investigation regarding  the sexual harassment allegations made against him.

The allegations appeared first in an article published by the Huffington Post more than a month ago.  According to the article, multiple women from both the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, said they had received lewd texts from the former Wall Street commodities trader who turned TV news man ten years ago.

The texts, which were said to have included pictures of male genitalia, were allegedly sent years ago but for some reason had become an issue of late.

Many fans of Bolling downplayed the allegations, stating the story was untrue.  They believe the article was, and still is, part of an ongoing effort to silence conservatives, especially those who support President Trump.   Bolling is a big supporter of the president, and recently published a book called, “The Swamp.”

Bolling’s fans may have a point.  Bolling denied the allegations against him and launched a $50 million lawsuit against the writer of the article.

Regardless of whether the allegations are true or not, after its investigation into the matter, Fox News decided to part ways with Bolling on Friday.  In addition, the network canceled his show called “The Specialists.”

Roughly 12-hours after the news of Eric Bolling’s firing spread across social media, the first reports of his son’s death surfaced on Facebook.

Early Saturday morning, I received an email from a DML NEWS reader who claims to know the family. The person wrote, “DML, I don’t know if you want to wait for the official announcement, but Eric’s son has died of an overdose at his school in Colorado.”   Similar comments were made on Facebook and Twitter.

Hours later it was reported by multiple news outlets that Bolling’s son, Eric Chase Bolling Jr., had taken his own life after learning of the news of his father’s firing.

Allegedly, people familiar with the situation say the Univ. of Boulder campus police had no record of a death on campus Friday night.

Amid speculations that his son committed suicide, Eric Bolling took to Twitter Saturday afternoon and issued the following statement: “Authorities have informed us there is no sign of self harm at this point. Autopsy will be next week. Please respect our grieving period.”

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