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Amy Robach was spotted Wednesday as she went to the gym to blow off some steam instead, after her explosive hot mic disclosure where she said ABC stopped her Jeffrey Epstein story, exclusive DailyMail.com photos & # 39; s show

Amy Robach was spotted on Wednesday as she went to the gym to blow off some steam instead of her explosive hot mic unveiling where she accused ABC of ending her Jeffrey Epstein story, exclusive DailyMail.com photo show.

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The 20/20 anchor, 46, seemed to have an animated conversation with her husband Andrew Shue when she left her home in Manhattan and went to the gym, dressed in athletic purple leggings, a gray hoodie, and a denim jacket.

On Tuesday, Veritas project published a video it had received from Robach in a discussion with its producer about the sizzling story in August, which said: & # 39; I have had this interview for years. I had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not broadcast it. & # 39;

The 46-year-old referred to Jeffrey Epstein's minor sex slave who accused the pedophile of lending her out for sex with his friends, including Prince Andrew.

Robach said that ABC did not broadcast the story because the palace threatened to prosecute the network and there were concerns that Prince William and Kate Middleton would no longer give ABC interviews.

Amy Robach was spotted Wednesday as she went to the gym to blow off some steam instead, after her explosive hot mic disclosure where she said ABC stopped her Jeffrey Epstein story, exclusive DailyMail.com photos & # 39; s show

Amy Robach was spotted Wednesday as she went to the gym to blow off some steam instead, after her explosive hot mic disclosure where she said ABC stopped her Jeffrey Epstein story, exclusive DailyMail.com photos & # 39; s show

The ABC anchor, 46, seemed to be in an animated conversation as she left her home in Manhattan with her husband Andrew Shue and went to the gym, dressed in athletic purple leggings, a gray hoodie, and a denim jacket
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The ABC anchor, 46, seemed to be in an animated conversation as she left her home in Manhattan with her husband Andrew Shue and went to the gym, dressed in athletic purple leggings, a gray hoodie, and a denim jacket

The ABC anchor, 46, seemed to be in an animated conversation as she left her home in Manhattan with her husband Andrew Shue and went to the gym, dressed in athletic purple leggings, a gray hoodie, and a denim jacket

ABC did not deal with Robach's comments, except for the release of an initial statement that read in part: & # 39; At the time, not all of our reports met our broadcast standards, but we never stopped investigating the story & # 39;

ABC did not deal with Robach's comments, except for the release of an initial statement that read in part: & # 39; At the time, not all of our reports met our broadcast standards, but we never stopped investigating the story & # 39;

ABC did not deal with Robach's comments, except for the release of an initial statement that read in part: & # 39; At the time, not all of our reports met our broadcast standards, but we never stopped investigating the story & # 39;

Robach's images were released on Tuesday, where she stated that ABC did not broadcast her interview with Virginia Roberts, a sex slave by Jeffrey Epstein

Robach's images were released on Tuesday, where she stated that ABC did not broadcast her interview with Virginia Roberts, a sex slave by Jeffrey Epstein

Roberts has accused Epstein of lending her for sex with his friends while she was a minor, including Prince Andrew. Depicted: Prince Andrew with Virginia and Ghislaine Maxwell, who is out of the picture

Roberts has accused Epstein of lending her for sex with his friends while she was a minor, including Prince Andrew. Depicted: Prince Andrew with Virginia and Ghislaine Maxwell, who is out of the picture

Robach's images were released on Tuesday, where she stated that ABC did not broadcast her interview with Virginia Roberts, a sex slave by Jeffrey Epstein. Roberts has accused Epstein of lending her for sex with his friends while she was a minor, including Prince Andrew

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ABC did not pay attention to Robach's comments, except for the release of an initial statement that read in part: “At the time, not all of our reports met our standards for broadcast, but we never stopped investigating the story. & # 39;

The hot microphone video was recorded in August, just two months after ABC News depicted President James Goldston as dining with Prince Charles and President Trump at Winfield House during the recent state visit.

The then Prime Minister Theresa May and Sarah Huckabee Sanders also sat at the same table as the three men.

Roberts responded to the video on Tuesday and tweeted: & # 39; It is furious that we could have put an end to the abuse of Epstein years ago, but I didn't believe it. I'm sick of BS media "scrambling around" for more evidence. It is available in black and white. If this were a murder case, you would have all the necessary evidence. & # 39;

But Roberts quickly praised Robach on social media and said: & yes, I did an interview with Amy Robach. She was dedicated and worried !! I believe Amy wanted to do well, but while I keep saying "the powers at be", keep showing us who really is in charge. & # 39;

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Robach was clearly frustrated by ABC, because the images are clearly visible.

& # 39; I have had the story for three years. I had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not broadcast it, & Robach says at the start of the video.

& # 39; First of all I was told: "Who is Jeffrey Epstein? Nobody knows who that is, this is a stupid story."

Robach reveals that there were also legal issues and concerns about possible kickbacks.

Robach was frustrated, as the video makes clear. & # 39; I have had the story for three years. I had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not broadcast it, & Robach says at the start of the video

Robach was frustrated, as the video makes clear. & # 39; I have had the story for three years. I had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not broadcast it, & Robach says at the start of the video

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Robach was frustrated, as the video makes clear. & # 39; I have had the story for three years. I had this interview with Virginia Roberts. We would not broadcast it, & Robach says at the start of the video

Robach believes her story never came up because the palace threatened to sue the network and there was concern that Prince William and Kate Middleton would no longer allow the station interviews

Robach believes her story never came up because the palace threatened to sue the network and there was concern that Prince William and Kate Middleton would no longer allow the station interviews

Robach believes her story never came up because the palace threatened to sue the network and there was concern that Prince William and Kate Middleton would no longer allow the station interviews

& # 39; Then the palace learned that we had all the allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened to sue us for a million different ways & # 39 ;, Robach explains.

& # 39; We were so scared that we would not be able to interview Kate and Will, so I think that had also destroyed the story.

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& # 39; And then Alan Dershowitz was also involved because of the planes. & # 39;

Dershowitz, the former lawyer of Epstein, who according to the flight logs on the so-called & # 39; Lolita Express & # 39; flew. In legal documents, Roberts claimed to have had sex with Dershowitz on the jet with another girl present. He has rejected the claims.

A clearly frustrated Robach goes on to explain what the interview meant when she tried to broadcast it.

& # 39; (Virginia) told me everything. She had a photo, she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years, we convinced her to come out. We convinced her to talk to us & # 39 ;, says Robach.

& # 39; It was incredible what we had. (Bill) Clinton. We had everything. I tried to set it up in vain for three years.

& # 39; And now it all comes out and it is just like these new revelations and I was completely crazy. I am now as pissed off as every day I get more and more pissed off because I am just, oh my goodness, what we had was unreal. & # 39;

A clearly frustrated Robach goes on to explain what the interview meant when she tried to broadcast it. & # 39; (Virginia) told me everything. She had a photo, she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years, we convinced her to come out. We convinced her to talk to us & # 39;

A clearly frustrated Robach goes on to explain what the interview meant when she tried to broadcast it. & # 39; (Virginia) told me everything. She had a photo, she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years, we convinced her to come out. We convinced her to talk to us & # 39;

A clearly frustrated Robach goes on to explain what the interview meant when she tried to broadcast it. & # 39; (Virginia) told me everything. She had a photo, she had everything. She was in hiding for 12 years, we convinced her to come out. We convinced her to talk to us & # 39;

She continues: & # 39; And now it all comes out and it is just like these new revelations and I was completely crazy. I am now as pissed off as every day I get more and more pissed off because I am just, oh my god, what we had was unreal & # 39;

She continues: & # 39; And now it all comes out and it is just like these new revelations and I was completely crazy. I am now as pissed off as every day I get more and more pissed off because I am just, oh my god, what we had was unreal & # 39;

She continues: & # 39; And now it all comes out and it is just like these new revelations and I was completely crazy. I am now as pissed off as every day I get more and more pissed off because I am just, oh my god, what we had was unreal & # 39;

Robach spoke in the aftermath of Epstein's suicide, about which she also gave her opinion while talking to her producer. & # 39; So I think he was killed? 100% Yes, I do & # 39 ;, says Robach
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Robach spoke in the aftermath of Epstein's suicide, about which she also gave her opinion while talking to her producer. & # 39; So I think he was killed? 100% Yes, I do & # 39 ;, says Robach

Robach spoke in the aftermath of Epstein's suicide, about which she also gave her opinion while talking to her producer. & # 39; So I think he was killed? 100% Yes, I do & # 39 ;, says Robach

Robach also said that at the time, one of the victims' lawyers said: & # 39; We will come to realize that Jeffrey Epstein was the most productive pedophile that this country has ever known. & # 39;

She adds: & # 39; And I had it all three years ago. & # 39;

The video was obtained by Project Veritas through an ABC insider.

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Robach spoke in the aftermath of Epstein's death, about which she also gave her opinion while talking to her producer.

& # 39; So I think he was killed? 100% Yes, I do, & Robach says.

She notes that Epstein & # 39; his entire life blackmailed people & # 39 ;, before he said: & # 39; There were many men on those planes. Many men who have visited that island, many powerful men who have entered that apartment. & # 39;

There is then a call to other members of the media to share videos & recordings that they have showing outlets that choose not to tell stories about Epstein.

& # 39; Project Veritas plans to continue its investigation into corruption in the mainstream media & # 39 ;, said the non-profit activist group.

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& # 39; We encourage Brave insiders at these organizations to present all information so that the public knows what is really going on at these media companies. & # 39;

Friends: The hot microphone video was recorded in August, just two months after ABC News President James Goldston (far left) was having dinner with Prince Charles (center) and President Trump

Friends: The hot microphone video was recorded in August, just two months after ABC News President James Goldston (far left) was having dinner with Prince Charles (center) and President Trump

Friends: The hot microphone video was recorded in August, just two months after ABC News President James Goldston (far left) was having dinner with Prince Charles (center) and President Trump

Robach also issued a statement on Tuesday.

& # 39; As a journalist, when the Epstein story continued to unfold last summer, I got caught in a private moment of frustration. I was upset that an important interview I had conducted with Virginia Roberts was not broadcast because we could not obtain sufficient confirmatory evidence to meet ABC & # 39; s editorial standards about her allegations & # 39 ;, Robach said in a statement after the release of the video.

& # 39; My comments about Prince Andrew and her claim that she had seen Bill Clinton on the private island of Epstein related to what Virginia Roberts said in that 2015 interview. I referred to her allegations – not what ABC News had verified by our reporting. & # 39;

She added: & # 39; The interview itself, although I was disappointed that it was not broadcast, did not meet our standards. In the years since, no one has ever told me or the team to stop reporting about Jeffrey Epstein, and we have continued to follow this important story aggressively. & # 39;

The Duke of York has Roberts & # 39; allegations, which were removed from the list in 2015 by a court judge as & # 39; intangible and impudent & # 39 ;, strongly denied.

A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said that this is a matter for ABC.

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