Disgraced journalist Martin Bashir is ‘frozen out’ of his $25k-a-time US public speaking gigs after booking agency removes his profile

  • Martin Bashir’s profile on Celebrity Talent International was removed last week following claims he manipulated his way into his sit-down with Princess Diana¬†
  • The former BBC journalist had been listed on the booking agency as a public speaker, charging $15,000 to $24,999 for a single engagement
  • A source told DailyMail.com it is ‘unlikely’ Bashir, 58, will ever come back to do public speaking work in the future
  • ‘He is frozen out of this work now for sure,’ the insider said, adding ‘public appearances may not be the best arena’ for Bashir who has health issues¬†
  • Bashir’s biography on the CTI site described him as an award-winning British journalist, trumpeting his 1995 Diana interview¬†¬†
  • At the time, the interview was dubbed ‘the scoop of the century,’ disclosing details of Diana’s personal life, bulimia, and her rocky marriage to Prince Charles
  • A report into his conduct by former UK senior judge Lord Dyson, however, found Bashir forged bank statements and lied to persuade the late princess to talk.

Infamous Princess Diana interviewer Martin Bashir has been booted from his lucrative public speaking work after a bombshell report claimed he tricked Diana into going on camera with him in 1995.

Bashir’s profile on Celebrity Talent International (CTI), where he previously billed $25,000 for a single speaking engagement, was removed last week following claims he forged documents and lied to get his landmark sit-down with the Princess of Wales.

Bashir's biography on the CTI site had described him as an award-winning British journalist, trumpeting his 1995 Diana interview. Last Tuesday, it was replaced with the message 'Our apologies, this profile is no longer available on our site'
Martin Bashir, Canceled.

The former MSNBC anchor was listed on the site alongside stars like¬†Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and performers like¬†Taylor Swift¬†until last Tuesday, when his page was replaced with the message ‘Our apologies, this profile is no longer available on our site.’¬†

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