Married ABC Anchors and Co-Workers Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes Caught in Steamy Affair, Reportedly Won’t Face Consequences at Work

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A new bombshell report has now revealed that married ‘Good Morning America’ co-hosts Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes have been engaged in a steamy months long affair.

Holmes and Robach, co-hosts on ABC’s “GMA3: What You Need to Know,” have been locked in a passionate romance despite both being married to their respective spouses for the past 12 years.

The extramarital affair between two ABC News anchors has dominated tabloid coverage in recent days, but the network reportedly isn’t going to punish T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach for the alleged infidelity.  according to a report from Fox News

While Holmes and Robach won’t be disciplined, they have been the subject of non-stop tabloid attention in recent days.

The New York Post published a series of exclusives reports on the event, with sources inside ABC indicating Holmes and Robach arrived at ABC headquarters on Thursday as if “nothing happened” despite their relationship being exposed the day prior.  

By Friday, the Post’s front-page was characteristically brutal. “Good Moaning America” it read, with the attached article focusing on the ABC anchors’ alleged lack of shame over the event.

Since then, publications such as Vulture, Insider, and E! Online have also shed light on the allegedly “steamy” incident.

Before the story broke Robach had been previously best known for having been secretly recorded stating that she had previously been extremely close to breaking the Jeffrey Epstein story years before it was made public, but the story was unceremoniously squashed for murky reasons.

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