Judge Anthony Ferrara, a Manhattan judge, was demoted following a heated argument with another judge. Ferrara started throwing “expletive deleted” in the courtroom. Ferrara, who had planned on retiring in November, was banned until he retires.
Judge Felicia Mennin was hearing a series of narcotics and gun arraignments in Manhattan’s Supreme Court on October 11 when Ferrera barged in demanding help in finding an AWOL attorney.
Mennin guided Ferrera to a side room, but the chat didn’t stay private as voices escalated and Ferrera began his string of profanities which are usually considered NSFW (not safe for work).
“F—— you,” Ferrera spat at Mennin.
“F— you too,” Mennin responded.
Ferrara will be busy with “chamber work” until his November 8 departure.
Ferrara isn’t the only grunting gerontological guy to make news with his language.
De Niro Goes Beserk Over A Park Bench
Actor Robert De Niro, no friends of Donald Trump’s, trashed the 45th President at a New York gala. The event was held to dedicate a park bench to the 74-year-old actor.
De Niro has turned trashing Trump into a second career and said he wouldn’t “permit Trump to sit on his bench.” De Niro didn’t ban his life-long friend — accused serial rapist — Harvey Weinstein from having a seat on the bench.
“One of life’s pleasures will be to keep persons off my bench who don’t deserve a view of the park,” said De Niro.
Oscar-winning De Niro tore into the current White House occupant in a profanity-ridden rant: “F— you, Trump!”
While De Niro has trashed Trump before, he remained silent about Weinstein who has been accused of sexual abuse and harassment by more than thirty women.
De Niro last made news in September when he begged leaders at the United Nations to donate to the Caribbean island, Barbuda, following Hurricane Irma.
De Niro forgot to mention he owns a multi-million dollar resort and home on the island.
News Anchor Gets Publicly Shamed
The hit early-morning television show, “The Today Show” fired a producer who leaked video of Lawrence O’Donnell dropping the dreaded F-bombs during an August taping.
Studio executives launched an investigation and found a male editor leaked the tape. The editor who left a “very clear trail” was terminated September 26.
O’Donnell was exasperated by someone “punching buttons” and turning the director’s guidance off and on.
“It’s not my earpiece,” said O’Donnell. “It’s someone punching buttons on my line.”
“F—!!” declared O’Donnell.