Remembering my friend Elizabeth Imus-LaDue, who showed me how to heal and forgive

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My friend Elizabeth Imus-LaDue died a few weeks ago.

It’s taken me this long to write about it because it was hard to put into words what she meant to me. 

A few years ago I wrote a book called “Mostly Sunny.”  It’s a memoir about my life and the experiences that helped shape the person I am today (both good and bad). 

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One of the chapters was about a job in September of 2002 that brought me to New York City and what should have been the best of my life: working with broadcasting legend Don Imus.  Unfortunately, that career move turned out to be a nightmare of abuse for over a year.  I knew I needed to find another job and in January of 2004 I came over to Fox.

But the year I worked for Imus continued to haunt me until January of 2020 when I received an email from my friend Monica Crowley. 

Monica told me she was in touch with Elizabeth Imus-Ladue, one of Don Imus’ daughters. She told me she had a message from Elizabeth and would

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