Most of the time when we are not behaving like sane humans, we are not caught on tape in the act. Unfortunately for ESPN reporter Britt McHenry, after recently getting her car towed, a video has leaked featuring the reporter saying terrible things to a tow truck company worker. Click To Continue Reading
An ESPN reporter gets suspended -- thanks to the power of video
Yes, rolling over the harassment onto another person in perpetuity will certainly help better society. It almost definitely won’t contribute to the infinite feedback loop of Internet shame that is making discourse about bigger issues basically impossible.
“I’m in the news sweetheart. I will sue this place. That’s why I have a degree and you don’t. Maybe if […] The post ESPN Suspends Reporter Over Rant Recorded By Towing Company appeared first on Crime Feed.
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry urged her Facebook followers to be kind just days before she verbally attacked a tow company employee.
There’s too much meanness in the world today. Much of it happens online, a realm that’s difficult-to-police, but when it happens out in the open, right in our faces, it seems reasonable that it should be dealt with – harshly.
A powerful obesity group is lashing out at ESPN's Britt McHenry -- demanding she PERSONALLY APOLOGIZE to the tow truck worker she berated over her physical appearance. The Obesity Action Coalition -- a leader in the big person community --…
Britt McHenry showed her true colors during a time of adversity and those colors are UGLY. [ more › ]
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Britt McHenry berated a towing company employee. The tape leaked. It trended worldwide. ESPN suspended her for one week. She apologized. (...)
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ESPN personality Britt McHenry has been given some time to think about what she’s done as the Worldwide Leader suspended her one week after an angry rant was captured on tape. McHenry was at a tow lot (not a lot of happy people visit those), when a surveillance camera recorded her berating and threatening a tow lot employee. […]
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The backlash and questions over the now viral Britt McHenry video, where the ESPN reporter called a woman at Advanced Towing Company, LLC — in Arlington, Virginia — disparaging things such as overweight and undereducated has caused McHenry...Show More Summary
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The woman on the receiving end of ESPN reporter Britt McHenry 's impound lot tirade is being praised by her bosses -- who say they're proud of the way the employee kept her cool amid the ESPN reporter's vicious verbal attack. ...