His attorney Michael Bowe told Daily Mail.com: 'Mr. Heldman of a sexual nature, and any such accusation would be false and defamatory.'The father-of-one co-hosted the Fox News show The Specialists and hosted Cashin' In.
The women all claim they did not solicit the messages and that they knew the message was from Bolling, who has been married to his wife since 1997, because they recognized the phone number from previous informal and work-related interactions.
Huffington Post reported that the messages were sent several years ago on separate occasions.
The son of Fox News host Eric Bolling - who was fired on Friday after claims of sexual harassment - has died.
Eric Chase, 19, Bolling's only child with wife Adrienne, died on Friday evening, just hours after his father was parted ways with the cable giant. He also later tweeted authorities have told him that there were no signs of self-harm and that an autopsy will take place next week.
Thoughts for the family.' Another former colleague of Bolling, Geraldo Rivera, tweeted: 'Gut-wrenching news about Eric Bolling's 19-year old only son Eric.
Erica and I weep for the Bolling family This is horrible, our condolences.' Katie Pavlich, a commentator who frequently appears on Fox News, tweeted: 'Overwhelmed by the news of Eric Bolling's son.Ali tweeted last month that he is being personally sued by Bolling for million in damages for the story which led to the Fox reporter's suspension on Saturday.'It's important to note that Bolling's summons does not include Huff Post - he is coming after me personally.I'm a big boy..very telling,' Ali tweeted on Wednesday.'Not going to stop reporting on Eric Bolling or anyone else.How absolutely horrific and devastating.' MSNBC host Joy Reid tweeted: 'This is incredibly sad. Deepest condolences.' Another former colleague of Bolling, Geraldo Rivera, tweeted: 'Gut-wrenching news about Eric Bolling's 19-year old only son Eric.Erica and I weep for the Bolling family This is horrible, our condolences'The tragic death took place one day after it was learned that Bolling agreed to leave the network following an investigation into claims of sexual harassment.In the past year, the network has faced numerous accusations of sexual harassment and assault by Fox Business and Fox News on-air talent and executives.