‘The Brady Bunch’ actor fired from radio host position for vile homophobic rant
Brady Bunch actor Susan Olsen has been fired from her position as a radio host at an LA station after she went on a homophobic rant to a gay actor.
Olsen, who played Cindy Brady on the america sitcom ‘The Brady Bunch’, co-hosts the talk show Two Chicks Talking Politics with DJ Sheena Metal.
Over the duration of her appearances on the chat show, Olsen has expressed some controversial views – even coming out with praise for president elect Trump.
However she has now been fired for attacking gay actor, Leon Acord-Whiting.
Acord-Whiting slammed Olsen for “spreading outrageous information” and said he would not appear on the radio station until they got rid of Olsen, which sparked her homophobic rant in response.
Olsen took to social media and called the actor a “little piece of human waste” and privately messaged him calling him a “p*ssy” and “f*ggot”
She wrote to him: “Hey there little p*ssy, let me get my big boy pants on and really take you on! What a snake in the grass you are, you lying piece of sh*t. Too cowardly to confront me in real life so you do it on Facebook. You are the biggest f*ggot ass in the world, the biggest p*ssy!”
“My dick is bigger than yours which ain’t saying much! What a true piece of sh*t you are! Lying f*ggot! I hope you meet your karma slowly and painfully,” she added in the vile message.
Acord-Whitting posted the messages for everyone to see. LA Talk Radio has since fired her and come out in defence of the LGBT community on its Facebook.
They wrote: “LA Talk Radio takes pride in its close and collaborative relationship with the LGBT community, and will continue to provide a home for those who have hopeful and positive messages of togetherness and tolerance to share with our listeners.
“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.
“Thank you for your loyalty and continued support. LA Talk Radio stands for love and community, and we will always support all of our friends around the world.”