Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes' romance is rubbing co-workers the wrong way.
A source told Page Six that Amy's "20/20" co-anchor David Muir "wants no part" of the drama.
"He's not having it. He's the face of the evening news and nothing about him ever makes it into the papers. He's very private and no one at ABC likes the way Amy and T.J. handled it," a source said.
T.J. and Amy secret relationship was exposed in late November after photos of the "GMA3" cohosts were published. Soon after, the two were taken off the air due to their alleged affair.
"Every anchor is upset that Amy and T.J. have caused such drama," a second source told Page Six. "No one wants to be associated with this, and Amy and David already aren't that close right now."
Although Amy and T.J. are currently both estranged from their spouses (Amy's divorce from Andrew Shue is nearly finalized,) there's suspicion that their relationship began while both were married.
Since the romance was outed, T.J. and Amy have largely avoided speaking about it. However, T.J. made a joke about the romance on "GMA3" before the duo got pulled from the airwaves. Multiple ABC staffers were upset about T.J.'s comments, wherein he called it a "great week."
"If the decision is to not address it, then don't address it! T.J. made light of it on-air. Amy's smarter than that, but how else is she supposed to respond?" the first source said.
Amy is also upset over how the relationship is playing out.
"She's a serious hard news journalist, and this is a major distraction," one TV insider said. "Becoming co-anchor of '20/20′ was very important to her. She was obsessed with getting that job. This affair is bringing her down and changing her reputation."