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TJ Holmes, Amy Roback out of ABC, won’t return to ‘GMA3’

TJ Holmes, Amy Roback out of ABC, won’t return to ‘GMA3’

ABC has severed ties with “GMA3” anchors TJ Holmes and Amy Robach following an investigation into their personal relationships. tmz And page six are reporting.

Citing sources, TMZ reports Both will get paid as per their contracts. According to the report, the arbitration was “highly contentious”. ABC representatives accused both Roeback and Holmes of misconduct in what the source referred to as “a witch hunt”.

One of the allegations was that alcohol was found in Roback’s dressing room. A source said the allegation was “ridiculous”, explaining that some of the bottles had been sent by top ABC News executives.

Roeback also made allegations of acting “drunk” after participating in the College Football National Championship last year, which an “insider” described as a “crazy” claim.

In addition, Roback’s workplace romance with Holmes reportedly made some employees feel “uncomfortable” on set.

page six, citing a sourcereports, “Unless ABC reaches a satisfactory departure agreement with both Amy and TJ, they may both be considering filing a lawsuit against the network.”

It was reported in December that the rumored romance between Roback, 49, and Holmes, 45, was being scrutinized by the network to ensure their relationship neither violated their contracts nor used company resources. used.

In the days before Christmas, sources told tmz The pair will not return to the daytime show until the internal review is over.

In late December, Holmes filed for divorce from attorney Marilee Fiebig amid an ongoing investigation into the journalist’s romance with Robuch.

Holmes, 45, filed in New York City, according to TMZ. The filing comes a month before the day photos of her and Roback surfaced.

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Mark Heim is a reporter for The Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Mark_Heim.

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