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A CBS News employee, fired after ABC executives informed CBS she’d had access to a leaked hot mic video that revealed the Disney-owned network killed a Jeffrey Epstein scoop, says she did not leak the tape and was unfairly axed without being able to defend herself.

Ashley Bianco was a producer on ABC’s “Good Morning America” before joining “CBS This Morning” last month. Earlier this week, the controversial group Project Veritas published the damning video in which “20/20” and “GMA” anchor Amy Robach complained that her bosses killed a story that would have exposed the now-deceased child sex offender Epstein three years ago.

The article goes on to state the following:

Bianco said she was fired by CBS after the network received a call from ABC informing her new boss that she once had access to the leaked video.

In an exclusive interview with former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, released on Friday, Bianco insisted that she is NOT the person who leaked the tape. “I’m not the whistleblower. I’m sorry to ABC, but the leaker is still inside,” she said.

Bianco said she had never communicated with anyone from Project Veritas. She explained that when Robach made her comments about the Epstein story being squashed, she was watching the news feed from her desk, and simply made a clip of the video and saved it in ABC’s internal system.

She is now distraught over being labeled as a “whistleblower” and a “leaker” and wonders if she’ll ever be able to get a job again in the news media.

WATCH the interview below:

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