What you need to know
- Oprah resigned as executive producer of the documentary two weeks ago.
- The documentary was to air on Apple TV+, but that isn't happening now.
- She has explained why she stepped away from the project.
Oprah Winfrey has explained why she took the decision to back away from a documentary centered on the alleged sexual assault in the music industry. Specifically media figure Russell Summons. According to Oprah, it was all a case of wanting to make sure the facts were 100% accurate.
Speaking to CBS, Oprah said that she raised concerns about the accuracy of some of the documentary but was shot down
Oprah went on to say that she didn't want to put her name to something that she did not have creative control over. And given her misgivings about the documentary she decided that it was best to step away. That also means that it won't be part of the Apple TV+ lineup, too.
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