Reply to "ABC News' Amy Robach caught on hot mic saying network spiked Jeffrey Epstein bombshell"

The woman accused of being a whistleblower who allegedly leaked a video of ABC News reporter Amy Robach's hot-mic admission that the Disney-owned network killed a bombshell report about Jeffrey Epstein spoke publicly Friday for the first time.

The previously unidentified woman, 25-year-old Emmy-award winning producer Ashley Bianco, sat down with former Fox News and NBC News anchor Megyn Kelly Friday morning and revealed she had worked for CBS for only four days when the network fired her. She claimed CBS offered no explanation for the termination or the opportunity to defend herself. Spokespersons for ABC and CBS did not respond to FOX Business' requests for comment on Friday.

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