According to one report, a strong ABC News manager, known for his insensitive comments, was left in the middle of a network query on his alleged abuse.
Disturbing statements of Senior Vice President Barbara Fedida claimed that during his contract negotiations with “Good Morning America”, his colleagues had Robin Roberts, where he was not asked to “buy cotton” from the star.
Fedida also joked after a mass incident at a company lunch and asked attendees for the possibility of an ABC News employee to be an active sniper, sources said Huffington Post.
According to sources, the pattern of bad behavior includes racist comments on upset.
Fedida, who oversees recruitment and diversity programs for the network, is reportedly reporting an opinion on more than a dozen human resources complaints. According to the report, ABC News hired an executive coach for him after being at the center of an HR investigation in 2016.
The Huffington Post report showed interviews with 34 sources, including current and former ABC News employees and talents, over a six-month period.
“There are deeply disturbing claims to investigate in this story, and we have left Barbara Fedida on administrative leave while conducting a thorough and thorough investigation,” ABC News said in a statement.
Fedida has not returned a message seeking comments.