April 2014
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“I don’t give a f— who you are, I’m a f—ing TV reporter, you f—ing dyke!”

A Philadelphia news anchor tries to reestablish the pecking order:

PHILLY ANCHOR Alycia Lane is scheduled to appear on TV tomorrow night in “Celebrate the Season,” an annual special highlighting holiday cheer in the Delaware Valley.

Not so fast.

The suits at CBS 3 and the CW Philly may have to reconsider broadcasting the special since Lane was arrested early yesterday on charges of punching a New York City cop in the face.

According to the police complaint, the Emmy-winning anchor yelled at the female police officer, “I don’t give a f— who you are, I’m a f—ing TV reporter, you f—ing dyke,” according to Philadelphiawilldo.com, a Philadelphia Weekly blog.

The Daily News exclusively reported Lane’s arrest yesterday on PhillyGossip.com. She was nabbed at 2:04 a.m. at 17th Street and 9th Avenue in lower Manhattan, said New York City police spokesman Sgt. Carlos Nieves.

Lane, 35, her current honey, Q102 morning host Chris Booker, and another couple were in a cab behind a slow-moving unmarked cop car, the New York Post reported. One of the males jumped out and headed to the police vehicle, screaming, “I don’t care if you’re a cop, drive faster!” the newspaper said.

The officers got out and identified themselves to Lane and company, and Lane began to take photos, according to the paper. The female cop asked her to step back and that’s when Lane lost it, according to the Post.

A station source said Lane’s iPhone was confiscated by cops as evidence.

Lane was charged with one count of assault with intent to cause physical injury to an officer, Nieves said.

Journalists: they’re not only as skilled as heart surgeons, they’re just better than you.  And don’t you forget it.

2 comments to “I don’t give a f— who you are, I’m a f—ing TV reporter, you f—ing dyke!”

  • Joshua

    And why the “dyke” comment? Where did that come from? It’s possible that not all the comments made to the cop were accurately reported.

    I mean, just what the heck is wrong with people from Philadelphia, anyhow?

    Oh, dead silence.

  • F--ing Lane

    Gimme back my f–ing iPhone, you s–o-abi–h!