Earlier in the day, it became known that Amazon boss Jeff Bezos (54) accuses the owner of the sladderbladet The National Enquirer for "extortion", according to the New York Times and the Washington Post.
Now it turns out that he is not the only one who comes with accusations against American Media Inc., who owns the Trump-friendly publication the National Enquirer.
After Bezos went out and told about utpressingen tvitret gravejournalist Ronan Farrow that he and "at least another award-winning journalist" should have been subjected to extortion from the company. According to Farrow, they should have been subjected to intimidation after they reported tabloidens agreements with the United states ' president Donald Trump, according to USA Today.Accusing Trump-friendly leaf nakenbildetrussel - Received similar threats
Ronan Farrow is a journalist who reported on overgrepsanklagene against filmmogulen Harvey Weinstein. Gravearbeidet to Farrow helped to set in motion the worldwide Metoo-the movement.
According to the NTB is filmmogulen charged with one case of rape and one case of abuse. In addition, he is accused of over 70 women in Hollywood-environment sexual harassment, assault and rape.
Farrow has also written the lookup for the New Yorker about American Media Inc.'s supposed to cover up such details after a bouncer claimed to sit on information about a Trump-affair. Farrow has also written about the National Enqurier's relationship with Weinstein.
In December, reported the Washington Post that the AMI has admitted to have given Karen McDougal money to keep quiet about his supposed affair with Donald Trump. The goal was to prevent that the story would influence the election in 2016.
I and at least one other prominent journalist, who has been involved in the disclosures relating to the National Enquirer's agreements with Trump, has received threats from the AMI of the type: 'end with dig, otherwise we will destroy you', writes Farrow on Twitter.
Farrow reports further that he would not let himself affect of the threats and writes that "I enter into no agreements with the people I'm investigating".the Battle between the world's richest and most powerful Threatened with intimate images
the Fight between Bezos and The Enquirer began soon after that Bezos and his wife MacKenzie, announced that they would take out the separation in January. Sladderbladet printed an article that described how Bezos had an extra-marital affair with the former nyhetsankeret Lauren Sanchez, who also is married on his page.
Amazon-own and the world's richest man, has stated that the goal for utpressingen has been to get him to stop the investigation of who leaked his private text messages and intimate pictures together with his mistress to The Enquirer. Bezos even write about the event in a very personal message on the nettplattformen Medium in which he describes and reproduces verbatim what he says is the written communication from the lawyer to David Pecker, chairman of American Media Inc (AMI), which owns The Enquirer.Woody allen's adoptivdatter about overgrepsanklagene: - Thought I had done something wrong
In an e-mail Bezos renders, enter the representative for AMI that they're sitting on a nude photo of Bezos and several other embarrassing photos of him and his mistress, and that they will publish these if he does not stop the investigation.- Experience of me as the enemy,
Bezos also says that AMI demanded that Bezos and sikkerhetskonsulenten his, Gavin de Becker, should come up with a false statement to the news media that "they had no knowledge or basis for suggesting that Ami's coverage of the affair were politically motivated or influenced by political forces".
Besides Amazon, owner Bezos also storavisa the Washington Post.
- It is inevitable that some powerful people, who experience the Washington Posts news coverage, may incorrectly conclude that I'm the enemy. President Trump is one of these people, obviously, through his many twittermeldinger. Also Posts essential and relentless coverage of the murder of the newspaper's columnist, Jamal Khashoggi, is undoubtedly unpopular in some circles, writes Bezos.
NTB reports that the owner of the tabloidavisa the National Enquirer say they are going to scrutinize the Amazon-boss Jeff Bezos' accusations of extortion, but denies at the same time to have done something wrong.
- We have a burning belief that we acted legally in the reporting of the case of Bezos, says the newspaper's publisher American Media Inc (AMI) in a statement on Friday.
American Media Inc. haven't come up with some statement after the accusations from the Farrow.AP: Woman was advised to delete the possible evidence in the Weinstein case by the police