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New Book Claims Katie Couric Accused Diane Sawyer of Trading Sex for Stories

Katie Couric (AP Photo)
Katie Couric (AP Photo)

 

(ACE Showbiz) – Katie Couric accused Diane Sawyer of trading sex to get stories, according to a new book “The News Sorority” written by Sheila Weller. Some highlights from the book were posted by The Daily Beast on Wednesday, August 27.

The quotes from the book read, “When a friend of Diane’s, a public figure, was being pursued by Katie’s people, the wooed eminence got a call from [Diane’s movie director husband] Mike Nichols, who said – in a very nice way, to be sure – that he and Diane would essentially cut off all social contact if their friend appeared on ‘Today’.”

The quotes continued, “When Diane beat Katie on an interview with a 57-year-old woman who’d given birth to twins, Katie mused aloud, according to a person who heard the comment: ‘I wonder who she blew this time to get it.’ ”

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