Did Fox Anchor Say He Wanted To ‘F*ck’ Missing Woman On-Air?
A video reportedly showing a Fox anchor saying he wanted to “f*ck” a missing Nevada woman has gone viral in the last 24 hours and racked up over 1.2 million views , but is it real or fake? The video shows the classic Fox logo as the reporter makes heinous comments about a missing woman from Nevada, seemingly unaware he is still on the air, as gasps of shock and horror from the newsroom can be heard.
“I don’t care if she’s 20. Hell, I’d f*ck her,” he said. “You can’t say you wouldn’t f*ck her. Maybe that’s what I’ll do when they find her, I’ll go and f*ck her. F*ck her right in her p*ssy.” The scene then cuts to a female news reporter whose mouth is wide open in stunned silence. “We definitely apologize for that editing error in that story,” she said, quickly collecting herself. “We are going to switch gears now…”
Although the news story itself is real and the missing Nevada woman was found later that day, it appears that the profane tirade was fake. Questions were first raised due to the reporter in question using a microphone without a station logo and wearing an earbud from an iPod instead of an actual earpiece. The female editor they cut to is actually a Washington-based anchor named Kjerstin Ramsing, who was apologizing last June when her colleague Linsday Nadrich said “f*ck” during an on-air broadcast.
Even though the video is fake, it has been quickly making its war around the internet. Since being posted just 24 hours ago, it has already received more than 1.2 million views on sites like World Star Hip Hop and YouTube.