Jeffrey Toobin Wiki Bio
Writer Jeffrey Toobin has been suspended by The New Yorker because he exposed himself in a Zoom call between colleagues at the magazine and WNYC workers, according to a report.
Toobin told Vice in a statement: “I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake, thinking I was off-camera. I apologize to my wife, family, friends and co-workers. ”
A spokeswoman for the magazine said: “Jeffrey Toobin has been suspended while we investigate the matter.”
Sources told the website that the suspension was due to Toobin, a Harvard Law School graduate who also serves as CNN’s chief legal analyst, showing his private parts during the online meeting.
Jeffrey Toobin Age
Toobin was born into a Jewish family  in New York City in 1960,  the son of Marlene Sanders, a former ABC News and CBS News correspondent, and Jerome Toobin, a news producer. 
Jeffrey Toobin is a staff writer at The New Yorker and famously covered the OJ Simpson trial for the mag in the 1990s
Toobin is a staff writer for The New Yorker and is famous for covering the OJ Simpson trial for the magazine in the 1990s.
He turned his Simpson surplus into a book, prompting FX’s publication of “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” in 2016.
He is a prolific author who has written about everything from the United States Supreme Court to presidents to the heiress who was once kidnapped, Patty Hearst.
Toobin attended Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School and later attended Harvard College for undergraduate studies. Toobin covered sports for The Harvard Crimson,  where his column was titled “Inner Toobin”. Toobin graduated magna cum laude with a BA in American History and Literature and received a Harry S. Truman Scholarship. Toobin then attended Harvard Law School, where he was classmates with Elena Kagan and graduated magna cum laude with a J.D. in 1986. While there, he was editor of the Harvard Law Review.