In the first installment of a three-year special investigation, Byline Times has revealed that Dan Wootton, GB News presenter and MailOnline columnist, concealed himself behind false internet identities to mislead and pay a large number of individuals into disclosing incriminating sexual data.
Who is Dan Wootton?
Daniel John William Wootton, a renowned British broadcaster of New Zealand origin, has made a name for himself in the media industry. As the executive editor of The Sun newspaper, he played a crucial role in showbiz reporting and entertainment journalism.
With a successful career in print media, Wootton expanded his horizons to the television industry and is now a prominent presenter on GB News.
Wootton’s journey in journalism began in 2007 when he joined the News of the World. His career soared as he moved to The Sun on Sunday in 2013, taking over the editorship of the Bizarre column a year later. Over the years, his hard work and dedication earned him the position of associate editor and later executive editor at The Sun.
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Apart from his editorial roles, Dan Wootton’s television presence has been felt on ITV’s morning shows like Lorraine and Daybreak. He also served as a panelist on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side from 2015 to 2018.
Is Dan Wootton gay?
In 2013, Wootton publicly revealed his sexual orientation as gay through a Twitter announcement. However, his journey as an openly gay journalist wasn’t without its challenges. Andrew Brady, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” faced legal consequences for harassing Wootton and making false sexual offense allegations against him.
As of now, Dan Wootton remains single and unmarried. He has not publicly disclosed details about his current partner or romantic life.