McTaggart didn't provide details of the allegations against the 75-year-old veteran broadcaster, saying only that he has shared them with lawyers and board members. The station said it hasn't made additional details public because the two want privacy. "The allegations were carefully investigated before MPR made the decision to terminate contracts with Mr. Keillor," the statement said. Keillor announced Nov. 30 that MPR had terminated his contracts after four decades of entertaining public radio listeners with tales of small-town characters. McTaggart said Wednesday that no one else in the company knows the content of the "multiple allegations" against Keillor that span an extended period of time.
Source: ABC News December 07, 2017 12:27 UTC