After her husband was indicted on racketeering charges, WCAU took Anchor Renee Chenault Fattah off the air.
She's also off social media as well.
The Anchor's husband, longtime Philadelphia congressman Chaka Fattah was indicted in a case stemming from the alleged misappropriation of hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal, charitable and campaign funds after his failed 2007 run for mayor.
Although, the WCAU Anchor was not charged by federal authorities, the longtime was mentioned in the U.S. attorney's charging document.
In the indictment, Chenault-Fattah is portrayed as a participant in a scheme to falsely report the sale of her 1989 Porsche Carrera convertible to a lobbyist for $18,000.
Chenault Fattah has gone silent on social media.