The family of famed Italian chef Lidia Bastianich, which partnered with Batali on a number of restaurants, said Wednesday that they had bought out his shares.
The late chef was refreshingly honest about his blind spots and the role that Asia Argento played in making him a better ally.
The announcement comes days after authorities launched an investigation into the celebrity chef.
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Celebrity chef mario Batali is being investigated by the NYPD for sexual misconduct.
Police confirm they’re investigating the disgraced celebrity chef.
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"I know he’s really got a good soul and a good heart," Gaffigan told the Daily News.
Joe Bastianich has since issued a statement claiming the comments are "not reflective of his views."
The celebrity chef oddly tacked on a recipe to an apology note to fans.
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Eight women have accused him of groping and other inappropriate behavior.
"I am ashamed that I was clearly not the kind of person that women friends who knew — and had stories to tell — felt comfortable confiding in.”
Ken Friedman, the co-owner of the Spotted Pig and other restaurants, has taken an indefinite leave of absence from his work.
Three women told The Washington Post that he grabbed them and made inappropriate comments.