AceShowbiz - Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes both got nice severance packages from ABC News after they exited "Good Morning America 3" over their affair scandal. However, a source claimed that Amy walked away with a bigger settlement.
"Amy's been at ABC a lot longer and has a much bigger contract [than T.J.]," an insider told Page Six. Amy joined the network in 2012, while T.J. came in 2014. In addition to co-hosting "GMA3" with T.J., Amy appears on news magazine "20/20".
Another source added that the duo most likely just got paid what they would have been owed for the remainder of their contracts. "It's possible they could have gotten paid slightly more to sign an NDA - and to keep the peace," the insider shared.
The new couple was allegedly satisfied with their final payday from ABC. However, sources close to both of them claimed that the anchors were still scratching their heads and questioning whether it was "worth it."
That aside, Amy recently celebrated her 50th birthday. The anchor and T.J. were photographed buying luxury jewels, including a $650 ring from Tiffany & Co., for her present.
While Amy continued to make headlines about her scandalous romance with T.J., her ex Andrew Shue reportedly didn't want to have anything to do with her. A source said that Andrew "doesn't want a part of this. No one wants a part of their mess. He's very classy."
Another pal of the former couple claimed that the most difficult part about the scandalous affair was that “everyone loved Andrew.” The insider added, "There's not anybody who doesn't like Andrew. He's a really nice person and he's a good guy - so nice, and so kind and generous."
The source continued that "friends aren't on board with T.J. and Amy." However, Amy didn't listen to the criticism.