Here we go again!
Months after dealing with a sexual abuse scandal at her school in South Africa, now comes word that a supposed "civil rights activist" is trying to get an expose about her company's hiring practices published in an uncoming book entitled, "Ruthless."
Louisana native Keifer Bonvillain is the same dude who tried to sell Oprah information last year about a former employee speaking out and now he's trying to take that information and get his own paper on.
His book pitch reads: "An office manager at Harpo broke his silence and his confidentiality agreement when he spoke freely about Oprah Winfrey's private life and business affairs.
Bonvillain vows to disclose that Harpo may have been involved in "blatant discrimination . . . This CEO not only knows about these practices . . . she condones them . . . Hours of taped conversations . . . reveal what they don't want the public to know about [Oprah's] private life, and a business that prides itself on its diversity."
Oprah, as hard as you work to make money, there's always going to be people working equally as hard to separate you from it.
Can Oprah just catch a break?