L.A.'s 5 Hottest Weather 'Girls' Prove Kyle Hunter's KCBS Lawsuit is All Haterade
A lawsuit by weatherman Kyle Hunter against CBS Los Angeles and KCAL claims that the sister stations have passed up experienced, thinking men like himself in favor of sexy-girl noobs.
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Ironically, he's being rep'd by Gloria Allred, the feminist attorney who would have otherwise taken the side against a jerk who claims that he can't get paid because of all the good looking, dumb chicks around him. The suit says "that within the past few years, KCAL and KCBS decided to hire young attractive women as weathercasters in prime time rather than men ... "
This could be more widespread than at KCBS/KCAL alone. We take a closer look at the hottest of the weather hotties in Los Angeles TV news:
5. Bri Winkler does weather duties and general assignment reporting for ABC7. She also looks good. But there's the thing: While we respect the experience and meteorology degrees that most weather people show off, does anyone in their right mind think that doing the daily sunshine report in L.A. takes more brain power than general assignment reporting, where you're required to know a little about City Hall, the school districts, policing and politics? Don't think so Kyle.