Oscar won’t be paid for TV interview – Arnold Pistorius

2016-06-09 18:06


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Cape Town – Oscar Pistorius’s family will not be paid for his interview with British broadcaster, ITV.

Pistorius’s uncle Arnold, said in a statement on Thursday that since Reeva Steenkamp’s death, the former Paralympian’s family has received numerous requests for paid-for interviews but, despite Oscar’s “crippling” legal fees, has mostly declined the offers.

 “Over the past three years we have been very judicious in our media engagement and commented only in situations where it was not possible to manage the weight of media enquiries in other ways.”

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