(CHICAGO TRIBUNE) -- Keeping a high-flying media career afloat is a constant battle — just ask us at Chicago Inc., where our monthly Champagne bill would make a billionaire blush. The need to maintain appearances can be overwhelming!
So spare a thought for Chicago Sun-Times film critic and columnist Richard Roeper, who the New York Times reported this weekend is among a slew of celebs who have paid to artificially boost their Twitter following with what turned out to be fake accounts.
And on Monday, Sun-Times editor Chris Fusco told Inc. in an email that "we're investigating these issues. We will not be publishing any reviews or columns by Rich until this investigation is complete."
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