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Here's the Facebook rant Jeff Dubay deleted after he was abruptly fired by Tom Barnard

Dubay made a triumphant return to the radio last year after ending up behind bars thanks to a crack addiction.
Dubay made a triumphant return to the radio last year after ending up behind bars thanks to a crack addiction.
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:::: UPDATE :::: Jeff Dubay, Sean Barnard waging social media war on each other

Barely two weeks into his new gig as a podcast host for the Tom Barnard Network, Jeff Dubay was abruptly fired yesterday.

When Dubay was let go by 1500 ESPN in January, he accepted the news with equanimity and actually thanked the Hubbard family "for the great opportunity." This time around, however, he posted a vitriolic Facebook rant in which he characterized Sean Barnard, general manager of the Tom Barnard Network, as "a genuinely bad person with no sense of ethics or professionalism whatsoever who let's his alcoholism dictate how he conducts business."

Here's Dubay's rant, which was quickly deleted along with his entire Facebook and Twitter accounts:

Here's the Facebook rant Jeff Dubay deleted after he was abruptly fired by Tom Barnard
Here's the Facebook rant Jeff Dubay deleted after he was abruptly fired by Tom Barnard
Here's the Facebook rant Jeff Dubay deleted after he was abruptly fired by Tom Barnard


Before he deleted his Twitter account, Dubay tweeted that Barnard's "lawyers have threatened me but the [Facebook] posts are the truth. Do your worst."

RELATED: Jeff Dubay says he started using crack after his brother slept with his wife

"I've never felt more beaten in my entire life," Dubay added.

Neither Tom or Sean Barnard have gone public with their side of the story. But on Twitter, Tom is trying to take the high road.

(For more, click to page two.)

 

Here are Barnard's tweets (for what it's worth, Dubay says Sean writes them):

Bob Sansevere writes today that Dubay's meltdown -- not to mention the fact he's been fired twice already this year -- is likely the end of his broadcast career in the Twin Cities.

-- Follow Aaron Rupar on Twitter at @atrupar. Got a tip? Drop him a line at arupar@citypages.com.


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