WCAU Anchor Renee Chenault-Fattah has been off the air since she was her husband Congressman Chaka Fattah was indicted and she was an unnamed co-conspirter in the case.
Chenault-Fattah was pulled from the air at WCAU and it appears that the station is using Jacqueline London to fill in (replace) her during the November ratings.
And, while Chenault-Fattah sits on the sidelines possibly facing her on indictment, her stepson "Chip" Chaka Fattah Jr. was found guilty on 22 counts of fraud.
After being found guilty, Chaka Fattah Jr. spoke with WCAU's (imagine that) Harry Hairston and even though he is likely going to go to prison, didn't seem too worried about it.
He also talked about what he thinks will happen to his stepmom.