Jian Ghomeshi Now Faces Court of Public Opinion in Trying to Rehabilitate Image

Toronto-based branding expert Andris Pone agreed with Bonner that Ghomeshi is in a really difficult spot because while he has been acquitted in the legal sense, he’s been convicted in the court of public opinion.

“It’s hard for people to move forward without some kind of redemption story.”

Pone said he doesn’t believe Ghomeshi’s apology would likely amount to much in the public’s view as some might question its sincerity, considering it was part of the terms of the charge against him being dropped.

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