Now, credibly accused sexual predators Mario Batali and Louis C.K. are getting a taste of the glossy press coverage that apparently awaits anyone outed by the #MeToo movement.
The New York Times, for example, reported this month Chef Batali “appears to be deeply introspective and seeking counsel on what his future might hold.”
“Mr. Batali is examining what he has called his blind spots and considering how life might look when he is not,” the paper reports, citing the chef’s many anonymous friends. “He told a colleague that he is simply trying to learn to be the wallpaper in the room and not the room itself.”
Read more at Washington Examiner.