NEW YORK, NY. (THECOUNT) — Book publisher, HarperCollins, says it has canceled plans to publish Chris Cuomo book “Deep Denial,” which was slated for release in the fall of 2022.

Reports say, the planned book by the former CNN anchor has been canceled after he was terminated by the network after reports alleged he privately helped his brother, then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, publicly respond to sexual harassment allegations last year.


EpochTimes reports, a HarperCollins spokesperson for subsidiary Custom House told news outlets that it won’t release Cuomo’s book.

“I can confirm that we don’t intend to publish the book,” Custom House Kelly Rudolph told the New York Post. Rudolph didn’t provide more details.

A Custom House spokesperson told The Associated Press and People magazine Tuesday that it will not release the book, which was described as Cuomo’s attempt at a “provocative analysis of the harsh truths that the pandemic and Trump years have exposed about America.”

There was no immediate comment from a representative for Cuomo.