Michael Strahan, the former New York Giants football player, recently took to his Instagram page to share a photo of himself observing the nationwide quarantine in his home.
The 48-year-old co-host of "Good Morning America" wore a bathrobe in the picture, and was reading a magazine while he petted his dog.
"Good Morning America" co-host, Micheal Strahan, recently jumped on social media to share a picture of him staying home in the current nationwide lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Michael Strahan, Sophia Strahan, & Isabella Strahan at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports on July 19, 2018 in California. | Photo: Getty Images
"Was I sleeping, reading, or both?"
The father of four shares twin daughters, Sophia and Isabella, with his ex-wife, Jean Muggli. Strahan and Muggli split in 2006 after being married for seven years, but the two are currently going head-to-head in court over custody of their daughters.
The twins were born in 2004, and a year after, Muggli filed for divorce just days after filing a domestic-violence complaint against Strahan. The court dismissed the complaint when his ex confirmed that he never touched her during the incident in the complaint.
Michael has won two Daytime Emmy Awards for co-hosting ABC's talk show, "Good Morning America."
The former Defensive Back recently came out to accuse Muggli of verbally and physically abusing their girls. He added that she failed to take the 15-year-olds to court-ordered therapy sessions; as such, she should be held in contempt of a court-mandated parenting order. He also accused his ex-wife of:
"pattern of abusive conduct towards the children for years."
Muggli, on the other hand, accused Micheal of having her watched around by a private detective. Strahan's lawyer, however, denied the allegations.
Michael has won two Daytime Emmy Awards for co-hosting ABC's talk show, "Good Morning America." He has been co-hosting a spin-off of the talk show, "Strahan, Sara, and Keke," alongside Sara Haines and actress Keke Palmer since last year.
ABC News announced last month that they would be taking the one-year-old talk show off-air, and they went ahead to replace it with a daily special report on COVID-19. The network further mentioned that the suspension of the favorite daytime talk show, "Strahan, Sara, and Keke," would be temporary.
The move by ABC News was predicated by the news that a Seattle staff of the network had tested positive to the virus. All staffers in their Seattle coverage team were told to go home for self-isolation and watch out for symptoms of coronavirus.