The host sent the messages several years ago on different occasions.
According to HuffPost, the women are Bolling's current and former Fox colleagues. Four people, not including the sources, claimed to have seen the photo themselves, while eight more said the recipients had spoken to them about its contents.
While the harassment charges are only accusations at this point, Bolling is the latest of several Fox News figures to be dogged by such claims. The controversy comes after Fox had to suspend one of their star hosts on Friday.
Bolling has worked at Fox News and Fox Business since 2007 after leaving CNBC and now co-hosts "The Specialists.". Less than 24 hours after that story was published, Fox News announced Bolling's suspension pending an investigation. He apologized the day after.
The allegations against Bolling recall statements he made attacking Anthony Weiner in 2014, after the former NY congressman had been embroiled in a scandal for sexting several women. While requesting anonymity, they confirmed receiving lewd text messages from him.
Fox News Channel said it had suspended Eric Bolling, a host and contributor whose on-air presence the 21st Century Fox-owned network had been growing in recent months.
Heldman said that Bolling would call her "Dr. McHottie", and she would push back with "Mr. McSexist".
A Huff Post Report on Friday claimed that Bolling had sent such photos to at least three of his female colleagues. Now it is our turn to question whether Bolling is not himself also a "sick human being". When "The Specialists" premiered earlier this year, Bolling was granted an exclusive interview with Trump.
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 19: Eric Bolling of Fox News attends the Capitol File 58th Presidential Inauguration Reception at Fiola Mare on January 19, 2017 in Washington, DC. Network president Bill Shine resigned soon after.