She added: “The opinions I expressed were deliberately exaggerated in order to make a point and have, to an extent, been taken out of context. Yet I fully recognize the offense they have caused.”
Former deputy leader of the party Peter Whittle wrote on Twitter: "These are disgraceful remarks," adding, "This person should not just be suspended … but expelled altogether."
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UKIP's chairman, Paul Oakden, told the Mail on Sunday that Marney had been suspended from the party membership immediately after he was made aware of the messages.
“UKIP does not, has not and never will condone racism,” he said.
Bolton, who was elected party leader in September, tweeted to confirm that Marney had been suspended from the party "immediately upon [UKIP] receiving this information."
He was responding to a teenage party activist who urged him to publicly call for Marney to have her UKIP membership revoked.
"Her words were blatantly racist and there should be no room for that in UKIP," Jack Penny wrote on Twitter.
Bolton confirmed his relationship with Marney in a letter to UKIP supporters earlier this month, after seemingly leaving his wife to pursue his new relationship, the BBC reported.