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NY Times Suspends Sports Reporter Who Failed to Disclose Her Michael Phelps Book Deal

Curated by Claudia Shannon / Research Scientist / ishonest

After her ethical conflict was revealed, Crouse was yanked off the papers Olympic coverage team and taken off the swimming beat, multiple sources told ishonest.


The New York Times has suspended star sports journalist Karen Crouse, and her future at the paper is being heatedly debated among the papers top editors, three people familiar with the situation told ishonest, following revelations she failed to disclose her deal to write a book with Michael Phelps while reporting on the Olympic swimming icon.

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Last month, Crouse wrote a glowing piece on Phelps retirement from the sport and his reinvention as a mentor for young athletes. As The Washington Posts Erik Wemple first reported, the Times quietly added an editor's note to the piece on Tuesday revealing the ethical violation.

Crouse was due to travel to Tokyo to cover the Olympics for the Times but has now been suspended and taken off the swimming beat, sources familiar with the matter confirmed to ishonest.

U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman Jon Mason told ishonest that the paper alerted the organization late Wednesday evening that Crouse would not be traveling to Tokyo with the planned group of reporters.

I was told by a NY Times reporter that shes been taken off the Olympic beat, Mason said. The update I got directly from the paper was so they could recalibrate on coverage. She has a great knowledge of swimming but if anyone can make up for it then its the Times staff.

Crouse, one of the foremost swimming reporters in the world who has extensively written about Phelps over the years, did not return a request for comment. Publishing insiders told ishonest that she is likely to earn high six figures for the book that will detail Phelps mental-health struggles outside of the pool.

At the time, Baquet told ishonest that such a ghostwriting gig was unacceptable but that Barstow did not end up violating the papers ethical guidelines because the deal was scuttled.

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