T.J. Holmes’ spouse Marilee Fiebig ‘upset’ by scandal

Marilee Fiebig, spouse of “Good Morning America” anchor T.J. Holmes, has publicly spoken out in opposition to her husband, who allegedly had an affair with co-anchor Amy Robach. Naturally, she’s not too joyful concerning the scandal.

“We continue to be disappointed by T.J.’s lack of discretion, respect, and sensitivity toward Marilee and the parties’ daughter,” Fiebig’s lawyer Stephanie F. Lehman stated in an announcement shared Wednesday with The Occasions.

Whereas Fiebig made no point out of both “GMA” or Robach, Holmes and his co-anchor have been embroiled in scandal after experiences of their off-air romance surfaced in November.

Holmes and Robach — who had been each married to different folks — engaged in a “months-long affair,” in line with Web page Six. The Every day Mail revealed photos and movies of the co-workers getting intimate with one another away from the “GMA” studio in New York.

After information of the co-anchors’ office romance unfold, Fiebig and Holmes filed for divorce in December. They had been married for 12 years.

In Wednesday’s assertion, Lehman stated she and Holmes’ authorized consultant are “working together to move their divorce forward, privately, expeditiously, and as amicably as possible.”
The spouses share a 9-year-old daughter, Sabine, whose “best interests” have develop into “Marilee’s sole focus” amid the divorce, the assertion added.

In December, ABC briefly pulled Holmes and Robach — who separated from actor-husband Andrew Shue final summer season — off the air amid the fallout. Each anchors have since been relieved of their on-air duties whereas ABC conducts an inside evaluation of their relationship.

Holmes and Robach haven’t been suspended, however ABC has crammed their “GMA” seats for now with a rotating roster of correspondents.

Whereas her husband’s destiny on the morning present stays unsure, Fiebig simply needs to maneuver on.

“Marilee has been touched by the outpouring of support and looks forward to new beginnings in the new year,” the assertion concluded.