Published On: Mon, Oct 9th, 2017

Jemele Hill Suspended By ESPN For Social Media Violations; Where Does Network Go Now? [Opinion]

Jemele Hill, seen in 2015, has been suspended for ESPN after another controversial social media incident.

Once again, ESPN anchor Jemele Hill has found herself in hot water for her social media takes – and this time, it may have her on the hot seat.

A month after Hill was nearly suspended for calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” and standing by her claims, The Worldwide Leader In Sports today announced a two-week suspension for the 41-year-old Michigan native. Hill was not suspended for the first incident, as The Inquisitr explained at the time, even after White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Saunders called the act a “fireable offense.”

In a statement released by the network on Twitter – the same platform that Hill uses for her political views – ESPN explained social media was again the catalyst for her suspension.

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Jemele Hill Suspended By ESPN For Social Media Violations; Where Does Network Go Now? [Opinion]