Adam, in a long post on Instagram (read it below)said that he had “compulsive behavior” even though he worked on television in New York City, the nation’s largest media marketplace.
“It was absurd for me to think that I could keep this private,” he wrote. “Still, my employer found out and I was suspended and then terminated.”
NY1, a 24-hour cable news channel, did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment.
Adam apologized to his employers, audience, and co-workers.
“I am getting the professional help I need so that I can make the right decisions that don’t affect my career as I move forward in life,” he wrote.
Edem, who has been at the station since 2017, admitted that while he fell short of professional standards, “I don’t apologize for being openly gay or being sex-positive – these are gifts and I have no shame about them.” Not there. “
Adam sued Unit 4 Media Ltd in state court on Monday, seeking the identity of an anonymous user who sent compromising images to NY1 and his mother, According to The Daily Beast,