Bolling is not the first Fox News employee to face sexual harassment allegations. Almost a year ago, ex-Fox host Gretchen Carlson filed a lawsuit against former CEO Roger Ailes, claiming he fired her because she turned down his sexual advances. In addition, ex-Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was fired after reports of sexual harassment allegations began mounting against him. Most recently, Charles Payne, a Fox Business host, was suspended last month pending an investigation of harassment allegations.
Should I Talk to a Lawyer If I’m Sexually Harassed at Work?
Absolutely. No one should have to endure sexual harassment and if your co-workers and/or bosses are harassing you, you need to report it and speak with an experienced employment attorney as soon as possible. In the following video, Los Angeles employment lawyer Brian Kesluk talks about what the process of filing a workplace sexual harassment claim is like and whether victims can lose their job as a result.