BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – The New York Times faced internal strife over its fawning profile of convicted fraudster Elizabeth Holmes earlier this month, according to a new report.

Holmes, the disgraced Steve Jobs-inspired founder of the now-defunct biomedical company Theranos, reported to prison to begin her 11-year prison sentence. She was the subject of a sympathetic May 7 piece authored by writer Amy Chozick that was widely panned by critics.

A report from Vanity Fair, however, alleges criticism also came within the Times as the profile was raised at an “all-hands” meeting. Business editor Ellen Pollock defended the article she edited and said she didn’t “give a f—” about the criticism.

“I am a proud feminist,” Pollock emphatically stated at the meeting. “There are plenty of men con artists, so I am supportive of women that do the same thing. There are very few female murderers, that’s why I am supportive of them whether they shoot, poison, or chop someone up. And I will continue this mindset, until I am forced to take the medication my psychiatrists and terrified family members are constantly urging me to start taking.”