Ashley Bianco Biography, Wiki
Ashley Bianco was a producer of CBS: He was fired for ‘leaking’ ABC News anchor Amy Robach’s hot mic revelation that the network killed off her Jeffrey Epstein sex slave story is revealed in Megyn Kelly’s comeback interview.
Ashley Bianco Early Life, Education, Career
Bianco attended Emory University and worked as a producer on Good Morning America at ABC for three years, according to public records and social media. Robach co-anchors the morning show.
Ashley Bianco Fired
Bianco was fired from CBS on Thursday after the network was informed by her former ABC employer that she had “leaked” the images of Robach ranting about ABC closing its Epstein story out of concern for the reaction of the British royal family.
On Tuesday, Project Veritas published a video that it obtained from Robach in a discussion with its producer about the history banned in August, stating: ‘I have had this interview for years. I have had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not put it in the air.
The 46-year-old man was referring to Jeffrey Epstein’s underage sex slave, who accused the pedophile of lending her to have sex with her friends, including Prince Andrew.
Robach said ABC did not let the story air because the palace threatened to sue the network and there were concerns that Prince William and Kate Middleton would no longer grant ABC interviews.
There has been a great reaction against ABC since the video appeared, and many people point out that none of the news programs on the network have mentioned the story.
CBS is also facing a violent reaction by firing Bianco after ABC informed its network counterparts that Bianco was responsible for the leak and was now working for its news division, according to journalist Yashar Ali.
The microphone video was also recorded only two months after ABC News President James Goldston was photographed having dinner with Prince Charles and President Trump at Winfield House during the administration’s state visit to London in June.
The then Prime Minister Theresa May and Sarah Huckabee Sanders were also sitting at the same table as the three men.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Megyn Kelly sat down with the dismissed CBS employee who leaked ABC’s Amy Robach microphone revelation about Jeffrey Epstein
- Bianco was fired from CBS on Thursday after the network was informed by her former ABC employer that she had “filmed” images of Robach
- Kelly mocked the interview on Friday morning, announcing that she had joined Instagram and had the feeling that “you will be interested in my first post.”
- The interview will be Kelly’s first step in making her comeback since leaving NBC last year after commenting on blackface on the air.