‘Brady Bunch’ Actress Fired From L.A. Radio Job After Homophobic Rant
Here's the story of a not-so-lovely lady.
The Brady Bunch actress Susan Olsen, who starred on the beloved sitcom as the youngest daughter Cindy, was fired from her co-hosting job at a Los Angeles radio show following an online homophobic rant.
The 55-year-old Donald Trump supporter, who served as a co-host on LA Talk Radio's show Two Chicks Talkin' Politics, reportedly wrote a now-deleted homophobic Facebook rant directed towards openly gay actor Leon Acord-Whiting.
"Hey there little p—y, let me get my big boy pants on and Reallly take you on!!! What a snake in the grass you are you lying piece of s—t too cowardly to confront me in real life so you do it on Facebook.
"You are the biggest f—t a— in the world the biggest p—y! My d—k is bigger than yours Which ain't sayin much!
"What a true piece of s—t you are! Lying f—t! I hope you meet your karma SLOWLY AND PAINFULLY," she reportedly wrote.
Susan also claims that Leon slandered one of her friends, threatening him by saying, "you had better hope you never see me in your world."
The actor responded with his own statement, denouncing the former child actress's homophobic language.
The fued seems to have stemmed from Leon's own Facebook status, where he slams Susan for heated language about Hillary Clinton and the Koran, calling her a "Trump fanatic" and equating her statements to "idiotic lies."
Leon goes on to say that he will no longer appear on L.A. Radio until Susan is off the air, adding her opinions are "dangerous" and "unprofessional."
Susan was quick to reply with a screenshot of the post, saying that Leon blocked her "before [she] could even get one hit in."
She also goes on to call Leon a "little piece of human waste." Ouch.
The actress followed her now-deleted rant with a Facebook status preaching love and free speech, claiming that people deserve to have different opinions.
After Leon called out the L.A. radio station for standing by its homophobic host, the station eventually fired Susan and posted a Facebook statement criticizing her homophobic words.
"LA Talk Radio takes pride in its close and collaborative relationship with the LGBT community…" the station wrote.
"We will not tolerate hateful speech by anyone associated with our radio station and have severed our ties with a host that veered off the direction in which we are going."
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