On Her Attorney’s Advice, Michelle Fields Won’t Be on Cashin’ In Saturday

By Chris Ariens 

Michelle Fields was invited back on FNC’s weekend show Cashin’ In yesterday, but when producers made it clear that her own story would likely be a topic of conversation, she declined.

Fields has been a part of the Saturday morning business show for the last couple of years, joining a panel of three other guests, moderated by Eric Bolling.

Fields’ attorney advised her that, because criminal charges have now been filed, she shouldn’t be talking about the incident. On Tuesday Donald Trump‘s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with simple battery for allegedly grabbing Fields as she tried to ask Trump a question after the GOP debate March 8.

Fields had also agreed to an interview with Megyn Kelly earlier this week, but soon after accepting the invitation, she canceled the appearance.

Fields is no longer a paid Fox News contributor, but continues as a guest on shows.

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