Good Morning America anchors T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach are out at ABC following the alleged cheating scandal that made headlines in November.
According to TMZ, Holmes and Robach cut ties with ABC after an "extremely contentious" mediation session on Thursday (January 26). The pair will have their contracts fulfilled and receive payouts from the network.
During Thursday's mediation, both GMA3 anchors were accused of various forms of misconduct. ABC executives said the pair waited too long to inform the network about their romantic relationship, a source told TMZ. Their "behavior on set" had reportedly become "uncomfortable" for some staff members.
In meditation, executives also accused Robach of having liquor in her dressing room and coming to work drunk, TMZ reports. A source told the outlet that ABC was on a "witch hunt," looking for ways to justify ousting the anchor.
Holmes and Robach last appeared together on GMA3 on December 2. ABC executives initially pulled them from the air amid an internal investigation into their relationship and whether the anchors breached their contracts by using company resources, including vehicles or drivers, to meet romantically or pressuring employees to keep their relationship quiet.
Despite the controversy, the two have reportedly continued their romance and were a united front as they headed into Thursday's mediation.
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