Ted Nugent Loses It On CBS Reporter
Rocker Ted Nugent is in hot water again after he lashed out at a CBS correspondent and producer. INSIDE EDITION has the details on Nugent's latest antics and wait until you hear his excuse for the outburst.
Rocker Ted Nugent lost it. He had an outburst that came out of nowhere during an interview with CBS national correspondent, Jeff Glor.
Glor told INSIDE EDITION, "All of a sudden, he went off like he did, it surprised all of us."
And Nugent didn't just curse, he made an incredibly nasty and obscene sexual proposal to both Glor and a young female producer who was sitting off camera.
It was Nugent's first interview since those explosive remarks he made at an NRA convention last month directed at President Obama's administration.
At the convention, Nugent said, "Our President, Vice-President, Attorney General, Hillary Clinton, they're criminals. We need to ride into that battlefield and chop their heads off in November!"
The crack led to Nugent being questioned by the Secret Service. He denied threatening anyone and as he was defending himself, he just lost it.
"People, who investigate me honestly, without the baggage of political correctness, ascertain the conclusion that I'm a damn nice guy. If you can find a screening process more powerful than that, I'll [expletive], or [expletive]. How's that sound?," yelled Nugent.
The outburst even shocked Nugent's wife, who was right there and told him in no uncertain terms to apologize to the producer, Molly Kordares.
Glor said, "Ted's wife came in and said to Ted, ‘I'm going to demand that you apologize to Molly,' and he did.
But Nugent has a one-of-a-kind explanation—he said he came down with a sudden attack of kidney stones.
Kidney stones are known to cause excruciating pain and they can come out of no where.
But Glor isn't necessarily buying it.
Glor said, "I'm not a doctor. I don't know if they can come on suddenly or what. He seemed like he was in good shape during the interview. He was being opinionated, he was being loud, but clearly he kicked it up a notch."
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