Who Is Adrienne Bolling?
Adrienne Bolling is an American lady, who is not a renowned personality herself, but her marriage with Eric Bolling made her the wife of a baseball player, a trader and a TV personality. She got married to him on October 4, 1997. Their marriage let her give birth to a son Eric Chase Bolling, who committed suicide due to depression and mental torture. Their married life is still continued, and they are leading a very successful and satisfied married life. But the death of their beloved son broke them internally. Now, they are for living with the sweetest memories of the apple of their eye.
At the time of her birth, Adrienne Bolling was given the name Adrienne J. Leventhal. Only this is known that she was born in the United States of America. But she never told about her date of birth, parents, siblings, zodiac sign, exact age, height, and weight. Despite being a wife of a very famous baseball player, Eric Bolling, she did not get huge media coverage and attention. She has always remained a non-socialite and an introvert person. She did not disclose much about her. Ethnically, she is a white American; religiously, she is a Jewish. Information regarding her profession and occupation is unknown; therefore, her exact net worth is not available. But she shares and uses the wealth of her husband, whose estimated net worth is $25 million. It can also be expected that she is a housewife, who is enjoying a simple and happy married life with her husband and family.
Celebrating a Happy Birthday to my beautiful wife Adrienne and some close friends. pic.twitter.com/uB196Xmj1E
— Eric Bolling🇺🇸 (@ericbolling) June 11, 2018
Adrienne Bolling Maiden name:
Adrienne Bolling Maiden name is Adrienne J. Leventhal. Eric Bolling, the renowned conservative political commentator and a former TV anchor with Fox News channel, was Adrienne’s college days friend. Both of them got infatuated with each other. And after having a relationship with each other, they decided to get married on October 4, 1997. She gave birth to Eric Bolling’s son in 1998.
Eric Bolling Scandal:
Since 2008, Eric has linked with Fox News. He was accused of being involved in sending the pictures of male genitalia via text messages to three of his colleagues. Two women were working at FBC while the third one was the worker at FNC. The three women confirmed the text messages, but they did not reveal their names. Might possible it was the authority and rank of Eric Bolling that let them hide their names. Or they thought no one would believe that Eric did this. So they did not reveal their names. But Fox News took a drastic step against Bolling, and 21st century Fox articulated that it will investigate the allegations. Later, Eric got separated from Fox News. It was the toughest decision for him. But he took it, and September 2017 completely changed the life of Eric Bolling and Adrienne bolling.
Both of them went out for a dinner that opened a new chapter in their lives. Bolling received a call from a number with the area code 303. He came to know that his son is died due to an accidental drug overdose at college. In 2012, Bolling’s son was declared suffering from a lacerated spleen when he was Snowboarding in Albany. By the grace of God and with the help of doctors at the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit of Albany Medical Center, Adrienne Bolling’s son was saved. She and her husband paid their special tribute to doctors and declared them the best people in the world. But the doctors could not save their son when the destiny decided to snatch him.
The actual root cause of Chase Bolling’s death is not known. Although he took the overdose of the drug, it is not known what persuaded him to take the overdose. It has been estimated that his father was alleged of sending sex messages; therefore, he got disappointed and took the overdose. His father was also alleged of using inappropriate words on female employees. And one of the former guests on Fox News told that Eric made sexual advances towards her. So Fox News suspended him; consequently, Eric’s suspension led his son to choose a respectful death rather than a humiliating life.