She wasn't fired, just had her role reduced 95%
This former studio head who left under a big wave of pressure is strung out on coke and speed.
Last week I wrote about this executive and his sexual harassment scandals that have the parent company of the tabloid looking to sell and get out from those potential lawsuits/settlements. He will leave the company by the end of the month. They will let him save face by saying he is quitting.
The conglomerate behind this online/television tabloid has been trying to sell the entity, but has zero buyers. One of the things they were hoping to do with a new buyer is have them worry about all the liabilities incurred by the second in charge executive of the company. An investigation revealed dozens of women that were sexually harassed. There have been a few settlements, but there are a lot more in the future. The head of the tabloid has been keeping all of this from the public. It kind of seems the opposite of what they normally do.
Last week I told you that you can't always trust a certain movie review site because it is owned by a movie studio. Well, it looks like that movie studio is also offering podcasters cash and other incentives to say amazing things about a certain movie.
The parent company went through the motions of an investigation of this online and on air tabloid. It looks like it was all for show and nothing will happen to any of the executives.
Half of the productions on this Burbank studio lot are not testing anyone for COVID. The studio says that each production can make their own decisions and the studio is implying they don't care any longer.