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"Celebrity and fame does not absolve someone from following the law," New York Attorney General Letitia James said.
The NYPD closed its investigation into the disgraced celebrity chef.
The disgraced celebrity chef and restaurateur Joe Bastianich dissolved their hospitality group Wednesday.
'She couldn't put the pieces together,' a police source told the Times, in reference to a woman who accused Batali of assault. 'Something happened to that victim in that room, but we don't know if it's criminal or not.'
The AG's office is looking for records of sexually suggestive remarks between Mario Batali and Ken Friedman.
Batali's business partners say they are trying to buy him out.
A laid off pastry chef at Mario Batali's and Joe Bastianich's flagship restaurant in the West Village, is suing the celebrity owners and several coworkers, citing homophobic and anti-Mexican harassment.
Including a doughnut inspired by a pasta dish from Mario Batali's Lupa.
Stick to the pasta, chef.
Poor, sad retired oil exec can't find peace in his Greenwich Village townhouse.
The Italian market has sicced their legal team on a mom-and-pop food truck based in Indianapolis.
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