Late Wednesday, The Blaze reported that former Breitbart.com reporter Michelle Fields was forced to flee her Washington, D.C., apartment after Fox News and Buzzfeed “inadvertently” posted her address and phone number online.
The Blaze added:
Both of the news outlets inadvertently posted the phone number and address of Fields when they published the arrest report of Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Fields had alleged Lewandowski committed simple battery against her at a news conference earlier this month and he was arrested and charged Tuesday.
Fields then said she was inundated with threatening messages and phone calls. She no longer felt safe and temporarily moved out.
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After letting the two outlets know what happened, The Blaze said, they removed it from their websites.
The Right Scoop’s soopermexican wrote:
Pretty awful. Amazingly, she was the victim of the assault, but she’s the one who’s lost her job at Breitbart, lost her hosting position at “Cashin’ In” because of Eric Bolling’s Trump-humperism, and now she’s driven out of her home.
Fields, many are saying, is now the target of what appears to be an effort to smear her over fabricated, conspiratorial claims.
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