With excerpts from the book “Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View” being released, more criticism about Barbara Walters from the show’s other co-hosts continue to surface At 89-years-old, Walters, who is in ailing health and has not spoken out about the book, but reportedly is unphased by its highly-anticipated release.

The tell-all book from Ramin Setoodeh, takes a look behind the scenes of “The View,” giving readers a look at alleged tirade that Walters put her co-hosts through as told by them. Setoodeh interviewed several of the show’s host for the book including Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd that were candid about working with Walters

Walters, however, is not paying any attention to the criticism or her portrayal in the book as a source for E! News said, “Barbara Walters was a trailblazer for women, worked hard her entire life, is a consummate perfectionist and is sometimes not easy to work with. Barbara will not pay attention to this book."

Walters, who is known for her journalistic talent hasn’t been seen out in public since July 2016, as she is reportedly in poor health and can’t respond, the Daily Mail reported.

Joan Rivers Funeral: Barbara Walters
Journalist Barbara Walters waves as she arrives to attend the funeral of comedienne Joan Rivers at Temple Emanu-El in New York September 7, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson