Thursday, July 2, 2015

CBS 3 upset over talent attending Alycia's A.C. bash for Booker

Rumor has it that CBS 3 management was none too pleased with some on-air talent attending a Saturday-night party at the Borgata in Atlantic City that Alycia Lane organized as a surprise for her boyfriend, Q102's Chris Booker, to celebrate his 37th birthday.

CBS 3 upset over talent attending Alycia's A.C. bash for Booker

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Rumor has it that CBS 3 management was none too pleased with some on-air talent attending a Saturday-night party at the Borgata in Atlantic City that Alycia Lane organized as a surprise for her boyfriend, Q102's Chris Booker, to celebrate his 37th birthday. Management, of course, is embroiled in a lawsuit with Lane, who has sued the station for alleged wrongful termination, and is seeking unspecified damages. Among staffers at the party were traffic anchor Bob Kelly, reporter Todd Quinones and meteorologist Doug Kammerer. We're told that station management talked only with Kammerer, mostly for appearing in pictures on Q102's website in which he was holding drinks. While several pictures of Kammerer remain on the site, at least one was removed this morning. Kammerer did not return calls for comment yesterday and a station spokeswoman declined comment. CBS 3 fired Lane in January, several weeks after she was arrested in New York for allegedly assaulting an NYPD officer. Her assault charge was reduced and her case is in a prolonged period of dismissal called an ACD.

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