T.J. Holmes Allegedly Cheated w/ Several Women At ABC
T.J. Holmes allegedly had an affair with multiple women while at ABC.
According to reports, the “GMA3” host had at least one other alleged affair with a staffer in addition to his relationships with co-host Amy Robach and producer Natasha Singh. Multiple sources tell Page Six that T.J. Holmes had an affair with the yet-to-be-named ABC staffer while married to his wife, Marilee Fiebig.
As previously reported, last week, the 45-year-old news correspondent’s alleged secret romance with Amy Robach blew up on social media. The pair made headlines after being caught cozied up in the streets of New York City and on a one-on-one getaway in Shawangunk Mountains. Despite (seemingly) laughing the frenzy off on set a few days ago, the spotlight surrounding the co-workers’ rumored romance has since caused them to take down their social media accounts and be taken off the air.
According to sources, T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach will no longer be holding down their 1 p.m. slot for GMA3, but (apparently) it’s not because they broke any of ABC’s rules.
A source close to the matter says their presence on camera became a “distraction.”
“T.J.’s cheating with ABC staffers was definitely one of the reasons why they were yanked off. It has become a distraction.”
According to reports, ABC News president Kimberly Godwin announced Monday (Dec. 5) during an internal call that the pair would not host their daily 1 p.m. show because their situation had become too much of an “internal and external distraction.”
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It was also reported on Wednesday (Nov. 30) that T.J. Holmes previously dated GMA producer Natasha Singh from 2016 to 2019. After the fling ended, Natasha Singh’s marriage to movie producer Garrett Braren was ultimately “destroyed” while T.J. Holmes’ marriage seemingly remained intact. Allegedly, Fiebig found out about the affair in 2019 after discovering several emails.
A source tells Page Six that they don’t believe Holmes and Robach are “off for good.”
“It just depends on what else comes out.”
Another insider says,
“The affair was initially determined to be a personal matter, and they did not violate company policy. After more developments, the conversations went into a different direction on Monday.”
During Monday’s internal call ABC News president Kimberly Godwin said that Holmes and Robach’s alleged affair was “not a violation of company policy,” and they will be off the show “as we figure this out.”
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