A St. Louis radio host was fired after he called her a ‘terrible mom’ about her female co-host and that she was ‘trash, fat and stupid’ in an off-air rant after criticizing her computer. skills.
Former Fox 2 News anchor Vic Faust was fired on September 13 after going into an angry, sexist rant about his co-host Crystal Cooper during a radio show hosted by Nexstar Media Chief Communications Officer Gary Weitman. was. told DailyMail.com on Wednesday.
His profanity-filled rage led to criticism of Cooper’s parenting skills and his weight, according to St. Louis Post-Dispatchwho obtained audio recordings of off-air rentals during a commercial break.
‘Listen, you off**king fat, bad, b**ch. And when I f**king used to pat your back, you ain’t f**king on-air, you’re a**king, fat, b**ch,’ he raged during the show in an edit released by The Dispatch according to the clip.
The original recording of the show, which has been posted to YouTube, no longer contains off-air rage.
When Cooper told her that this was the second time he had called her a ‘stupid’, he angrily told her: ‘You were making fun of me while I was playing with the computer.’
‘You have a history of attacking me on-air,’ he continued. ‘You’re a fat, self-righteous, b**ch. And every day you come to this f**king studio, I’ll call you f**king what you are: af**king fat naughty b**ch.’
Edge radio show co-hosts Vic Faust (left) and Crystal Cooper (right) became involved in an off-air argument on September 13, which sent Faust ranting about his female co-worker. Faust heats up after making fun of his computer skills
‘Listen, you off**king fat, bad, b**ch. And when I f**king used to pat your back, you ain’t f**king on-air, you’re a**king, fat, b**ch,’ he raged during the show. ‘You have a history of attacking me on-air. You’re fat, self-righteous, b**ch. And every day you come to this f**king studio, I’ll call the f**king you what you are: af**king fat naughty b**ch’
He also criticized Cooper’s parenting skills and said he felt ‘sorry’ for his kids because he has a ‘terrible f**king mom’.
Faust claimed he got this f**king job ‘only because of me’ and claimed he went to management ‘five times’ to report ‘attacks’ on him.
Cooper claimed that he ‘never attacked’ Faust.
‘You’ve yelled at me twice and it’s on break for the second time now,’ he told Faust.
‘The problem is you think everything you do is right,’ he replied. When he claimed he didn’t, she told him to ‘shut his f**king mouth’.
‘You had no reason to attack me on-air yesterday and you did,’ he told her.
He told her to grow ‘f**k up’ and reiterated that he never ‘attacked’ her.
The angry host replied: ‘You’re big, you’re fat**ch.’
Cooper went on to say that it was ‘bad radio to bring your computer’ and the two argued whether the female host knew anything about ‘radio’.
‘You don’t even know the subjects we talk about, you’re just a fool. You think you’re special because you went to the villa [Duchesne]But you are nothing. You are garbage.’
Cooper tells her that she will return to the show because it is her ‘f**king job’ and he is not her boss.
That Facebook page has since been updated to say that she was a former host and that her last day was September 13, when the show aired.
‘If you ever try to f**king up again, I’ll f**king [unintelligible] do you. You grow up, fat a**.’
The pair’s show has since gone off-air and was replaced by musicals (Pictured: Faust (right) with Jeff Sessions)
Cooper has reportedly stepped down after an argument, according to his Facebook page.
He went on to criticize her parenting skills, telling her: ‘You kids have a terrible f**king mom, I’m sorry for them.’
The two continue to argue before a producer shouts in the sound booth: ‘You have 20 seconds, just f**king chill.’
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the show has since been “off the air” for the time being, and has been replaced with music programming.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Faust corroborated the clip, confirming that the audio recording contained a lot of profanity.
He also put forward ‘background’ on the fight, but declined to say anything further.