Lizza responded,saying the New Yorker's decision was "a terrible mistake."
The law firm representing Lizza's accuser,Wigdor, LLP, put out the following statement, per the Daily Beast: "In no way did Mr. Lizza's misconduct constitute a 'respectful relationship' as he has now tried to characterize it. Our client reported Mr. Lizza's actions to ensure that he would be held accountable and in the hope that by coming forward she would help other potential victims."
Lizza's controversial interview with then-White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci led to Scaramucci's resignation.
Georgetown University, where Lizza is adjunct lecturer, said: "Georgetown recently learned of the New Yorker's actions. Classes have concluded for the fall semester at the University. Mr. Lizza will not be teaching any classes next semester."
CNN says Lizza will not appear on air while it looks into the allegations.
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