A Fox News guest who says she was sexually harassed by Bill O'Reilly claims she was also on the receiving end of unwanted advances made by the network's now suspended host Eric Bolling.
The judge actually sentenced him to 21 years in the slammer, Fox 19 reported.
The evidence showed that both Gross and his dog attacked his ex, Marilyn Stanley, in September 2015, prosecutors argued.
Between appearances, she claimed Bolling, 54, - who was suspended from his co-hosting role on The Specialists last week for allegedly sending photographs of his genitals to several female colleagues - called and texted her to invite her to New York to 'have fun'.
On one occasion when she was in town, he took her into his office and told her it was his favorite place to have sex, she said. Mc Hottie' on air and, she said, would sometimes call her afterwards to apologize 'and then do it again'.
They said he eventually dropped her off at her mother's home, with part of her scalp in a plastic bag.
Stanley spoke out after the attack, saying he was angry over one of her Facebook posts.
Heldman described the man as a 'mentor' to her but said he refused to give her a contributor role on Fox despite her countless appearances unless she agreed to an 'arrangement' whereby she would pay him for it with sex.
'Mr Fraser insinuated on several occasions that a contributorship at Fox was contingent upon me having a sexual relationship with him.'Even though I was a popular guest with numerous appearances and high ratings (according to Mr.
'We intend to fully cooperate with the investigation so that it can be concluded and Eric can return to work as quickly as possible.' Heldman was among a handful of women who came forward last year to allege they had been sexually harassed by ousted host Bill O'Reilly.