Amy Robach, former ‘Good Morning America’ (GMA) anchor, opens up about a chilling incident on their podcast, sharing the harrowing story of the night she believed her boyfriend, T.J. Holmes, had taken his own life.
In the midst of their tumultuous final months at ABC, Amy recounts the terrifying evening in 2022 when she received alarming texts from T.J. written in the past tense, expressing sentiments like “you were the love of my life.” Disturbed by the messages, Amy rushed to T.J.’s apartment with her father, fearing the worst.
Upon entering T.J.’s residence, with the help of his doorman, they discovered him unconscious on his bed. Amy, visibly emotional, believed he might already be dead. However, as the situation unfolded, it became apparent that T.J. was alive but in an unconscious state. With their efforts, they managed to wake him up.
T.J. explains that he doesn’t remember much of that night, revealing that he had consumed a combination of vodka and weed edibles after finishing work. The incident marked a distressing chapter for both Amy and T.J., underscoring the challenges they faced during their departure from ABC.
In their first podcast episode, the duo also delves into the difficulties they experienced after being ousted from their television jobs, describing it as the “year from hell.” Amy candidly admitted to feeling overwhelmed and even expressing a desire to die during parts of the scandal.
The podcast, launched by the former ‘GMA’ anchors, promises to share more of their personal stories and experiences. With a gripping and somewhat eerie start, Amy and T.J. open up about their struggles and triumphs, inviting listeners into the candid exploration of their lives beyond the television screen.
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