The experienced CNBC journalist accused of having an affair with the ousted CEO of NBCUniversal is the same reporter who interviewed Vladimir in 2021 – and was promptly accused of coming on to the politician as part of a secret US ‘special op.’
At the time, CNBC Senior International Correspondent Hadley Gamble, 41, was accused, by the Kremlin, of to distract the then 69-year-old Russian leader – and now seems to be at the center of her married boss’s ousting.
Corporate parent Comcast of the affair Sunday upon announcing that Shell, 57, would be vacating his role at NBC’s news arm effective immediately after nearly 20 years with the company.
The media giant wrote Shell, promoted to the top seat three years ago, was leaving due to the findings from an ‘outside counsel’ – hired by the firm after it received a complaint of ‘inappropriate conduct’ involving the CEO and another staffer.
Multiple people that person was Gamble – who also reportedly sent in the complaint.She is the last Westerner to interview Putin prior to his invasion of Ukraine. The interview sparked controversy at the time due to Gamble’s attractive appearance and purported promiscuousness, spurring comments from the Kremlin.
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The experienced CNBC journalist accused of having an affair with the ousted CEO of NBCUniversal is the same reporter who interviewed Vladimir Putin in 2021 (seen here) – and was promptly accused of coming on to the politician as part of a secret US ‘special operation’
At the time, Senior International Correspondent Hadley Gamble (at left) is reportedly at the center of the affair that led to the ouster of NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell