AceShowbiz - Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are set to go through mediation as ABC reportedly doesn't want the "Good Morning America" couple to work on the same set following their affair scandal. If a new report is to be believed, the pair will be having a mediation session on Thursday, January 26.
TMZ claims that while the network has yet to play its hand to decide whether they want one or both of them gone entirely, it stresses that they want the couple to work separately. When Amy and T.J.'s lawyers suggest a mediation, ABC agrees.
The source goes on to say that the two will be coming to the mediation as a united front. The couple reportedly will appear on Zoom during the mediation alongside their lawyers.
According to report, Amy will not accept if T.J. is given a harsher punishment than her own. It is additionally said that race "will become an issue" if T.J. is disciplined or fired, especially if white employees with similar scandal are never given the same punishment.
In other news related Amy and T.J., it was reported that the two escaped New York as Amy was spotted at JFK Airport on Tuesday. "They are on leave, so they may as well spend the time wisely - and away from the spotlight," an insider close to the couple tells Page Six. It's currently unknown where they headed.
Another source adds that "they want to lay low," noting that "few people know they're together." The source points out, "[The nonstop coverage of the scandal] is becoming exhausting. They underestimated that when something like this happens, other skeletons come out. And they're still married."
Prior to this, it was said that Amy and T.J. felt like they were "literally being stalked" by cameras after their affair was exposed last November. They allegedly felt that it was "really extreme and s**tty."
"They're journalists, so they get it, but they're entitled to a private life. The whole concept of being 'stalked,' it's really s**tty," a third source said. The couple allegedly was "appalled" by being followed and photographed.