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Admin Reporter- Pooja

Feb 11 2019


Jeff Bezos’ blackmail charges: Amazon founder mulls options; Enquirer publisher on the defensive

The lawyer for the chairman of the National Enquirer’s parent company said there wasn’t any blackmail, extortion or political motivation involved in the fight between the tabloid and Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon. Photos and other details about Bezos’s extramarital affair came from “a reliable source” known to Bezos — and not from President Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia or Trump adviser Roger Stone, said Elkan Abramowitz, an attorney for David Pecker, the chairman of American Media Inc.“It was a usual story that National Enquirer gets from reliable sources,” Abramowitz said on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday. He didn’t name the source. “It absolutely is not extortion and not blackmail.” It doesn’t look that way to everyone.

 

 

Also read| ‘Don’t assume you are Ok’: Amazon owner Jeff Bezos’s selfie leak triggers alarm for Billionaires“AMI is in a world of hurt,” said Michael Pachter, an analyst with Wedbush Securities who has covered Amazon for years.In a public blog post Feb. 7, Bezos published letters from lawyers representing AMI who demanded he drop a private investigation into the company — or else it would publish more embarrassing photographs about him. Bezos accused the National Enquirer publisher of extortion.

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