A Missouri radio host went on an unhinged and sexist off-air tirade directed at his co-host — the place he referred to as her a foul mom and stated he felt sorry for her children.
Vic Faust, who’s a Fox 2 information anchor in St. Louis, ripped into co-host Crystal Cooper throughout an expletive-filled rant over her look and mind, in keeping with audio obtained by the St. Louis Submit-Dispatch. The feedback had been reportedly made throughout a industrial break on Sept. 13 on KFNS, a hard-rock station.
“Your children have a (expletive) horrible mother. I really feel sorry for them,” Faust stated.
A shocked Cooper might solely reply “wow, wow.”
Faust additionally angrily advised Cooper “you’re nothing” and “you’re trash” whereas additionally calling her fats, silly and nasty, the St. Louis newspaper reported.
He stated, “You’re a (expletive) mother, you don’t even know the subjects we’re speaking about. You’re simply silly.”
The crude verbal abuse apparently stems from Cooper poking enjoyable at Faust over his issues together with his pc whereas the pair had been on-air, in keeping with the newspaper.
Off-air, Faust warned Cooper to not return to the present.
“In the event you come again, I’m going to be in your (expletive) each (expletive) day,” he stated.
Cooper defended herself all through the ugly incident, telling Faust to “develop up” repeatedly.
Faust confirmed the off-air remarks to the St. Louis Submit-Dispatch. He additionally claimed there was “background” to the incident, however didn’t clarify additional.
The newspaper stated it acquired the damning audio clip Friday anonymously.
Cooper apparently left the present the identical day the infinite insults had been hurled at her, in keeping with the Submit-Dispatch.
As for Faust, it seems his duties on the radio station are on maintain, the St. Louis Submit-Dispatch reported Tuesday whereas the leaders on the tv station he works for haven’t commented on his job standing.
He’s been with the tv station for seven years, however was not on air Monday or Tuesday, the newspaper reported.