In November, shortly after he was suddenly replaced as American Media Inc.’s top lawyer, Cameron Stracher spoke with Corporate Counsel about his decision to hire Jon Fine, who ended up becoming Stracher’s successor.

Now, Stracher is operating a media and entertainment law practice in New York. And Fine is dealing with bombshell allegations that he and AMI, the country’s largest tabloid publisher and owner of the National Enquirer, attempted to extort Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest person in the world, by threatening to release his private text messages and photos.

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