A string of insults aimed at a woman who works at a towing company were recorded by a surveillance camera. Now they've come back to sting sports reporter Britt McHenry.
UPDATE: She's been suspended. I've seen a lot of people rant at employees who don't earn enough in a month to deserve this kind of treatment, but this one is the worst I've ever seen. And listen to how she escalates with each passing...Show More Summary
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has been suspended for one week by the network for a tirade against an attendant for a towing company. "I'm in the news, sweetheart. I will ------- sue this place," she says in the video, which was shared on LiveLeak. Show More Summary
Iowa State head basketball coach Fred Hoiberg is set to have open heart surgery on Friday to replace a damaged valve. It's the second heart procedure for the 42-year-old former NBA swingman. Andy Katz of ESPN confirmed the surgery and...Show More Summary
UFC President Dana White has confirmed the organisation never came close to re-signing WWE superstar Brock Lesnar. The South Dakota native revealed his decision to carry on professional wrestling during an interview with ESPN Sportscenter's Michelle Beadle, reported by WWE at the end of March. Show More Summary
ESPN suspended reporter Britt McHenry on Thursday after a video surfaced of her yelling and belittling a towing company employee.
You can argue until the cows come home about what deserves to be considered one of the 10 best NBA plays of the year, but you can’t argue that ESPN’s take on their list is pretty cool. It’s like an A-Ha video that surfaced 30 years later and features Russell Westbrook. I’m not sure how […]
Stephen Zimmerman, one of the most coveted recruits in the country, has chosen to play college basketball at UNLV. The decision provides a major boost to the Rebels' frontcourt. Jeff Borzello of ESPN reported the decision was confirmed...Show More Summary
Never underestimate the power of kindness, or lack thereof. ESPN reporter Britt McHenry should have kept that in mind, as she is now being suspended by the network after a video surfaced showing her berating a towing company employee."Britt...Show More Summary
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has apologized for saying some “insulting and regrettable things” to a woman who apparently set McHenry off by merely doing her job. For that, she was subjected to a series of insults that were indeed “regrettable,” but also highly revealing about McHenry. Show More Summary
Download tonight’s episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring host Nate Abaurrea and special guest Taylor Twellman. ESPN’s lead soccer analyst covers a variety of topics including USA-Mexico, Jordan Morris, Juan Agudelo, Klinsmann, MLS Miami, treating concussions in the sport … Continue reading ?
Charles Johnson at $20,020,000 million. As ESPN’s David Newton reports, that’s the third highest cap figure for any player in the NFL this year. Is Johnson a really good defensive end? Yes. Is he anywhere near being the third best player in the league? No. And who can we blame for Johnson’s contract? Marty Hurney […]
According to ESPN, the Chicago Cubs will call up third baseman Kris Bryant from the minor league tomorrow: Read more...
Look, no one likes getting towed. It’s maddening, the fine feels extortionate, it’s an ordeal that does not call upon most people’s better angels. That said: ESPN reporter Britt McHenry doesn’t like getting towed more than you don’tShow More Summary
The Cubs delayed promoting Bryant for just enough time to gain an extra year of team control. The Chicago Cubs will promote highly touted third base prospect Kris Bryant on Friday, according to ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers. Bryant, who...Show More Summary
Britt McHenry, a reporter for ESPN, is caught on camera shamelessly criticizing a tow company’s employee.
Mike Golic Jr. is back for a second stint with the Saints. New Orleans has re-signed Golic, the son of former NFL defensive lineman and current ESPN radio host Mike Golic. The transaction was announced in the NFL’s Thursday personnel notice. The 25-year-old Golic spent less than a month with New Orleans last offseason before…
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry is sorry — and suspended — after a leaked video showed her unleashing an abhorrent verbal attack on a woman who works at a towing company The video, embedded below, began to circulate Thursday and is reportedly...Show More Summary
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has been suspended a week, effective immediately, after video surfaced of her berating a towing-company clerk to “lose some weight, baby girl,” among a string of other insults. In what appears to be security-camera...Show More Summary
On today’s podcast, we recap another Dos a Cero victory for the USMNT over arch-rival Mexico with ESPN lead soccer analyst Taylor Twellman. TT joins us to talk about the state of the national team as well as to get caught up on his new contract with ESPN and the new MLS labor contract. Topics […] The post AA Podcast #114 – Taylor Twellman appeared first on Awful Announcing.