“We mutually agreed that it was time to part ways,” a Fox spokesperson confirmed to the Philadelphia Daily News.
Bolaris, who is famous for his experience being roofied and robbed in Miami two years ago, was suspended by WTXF in late December after comments from an interview he did with Playboy surfaced online. The Daily News reports the incident was the “latest occasion” of tension between Bolaris and WXTF general manager Patrick Paolini.
“Listen really want to be back at FOX, bunch of great peeps there, front and behind camera, hopefully it all works out, love your support!” he wrote on Twitter.
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