Amy Jacobson settles with WMAQ-TV

Amy Jacobson, who was caught in the Stebic household two weeks ago tomorrow (thanks to a videotape shot by WBBM-TV) has settled with her former employers, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. She had four months to go on her contract.

She also may be pursing legal action against WBBM, who videotaped her without consent.

In that interview with the Sun-Times, Amy Jacobson took exception to the comments made by many on internet message boards and blogs, saying that she was a bad parent.

“What really bothered me most was people saying that I’m a bad parent, and questioning my parenting skills,” she said. “I would never, ever do anything to harm them.”, she sold the Sun-Times.

Welcome to the 21st century.

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