Crime Junkie episodes disappear after plagiarism claim
August 19, 2019 · 2.8 minutes to read
Crime Junkie has pulled five episodes, apparently after the show was accused of plagarism. Sources have, belatedly, been added to the show-notes of other episodes. Quoted in Variety, creator and host Ashley Flowers says, in part: “We are committed to working within the burgeoning podcast industry to develop and evolve its standards on these kinds of issues.” The latest episode makes no mention of the issue.
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