Jim Gregory had just been released from jail after violating a Protection From Abuse Act Order. But Timmer took his money and encouraged him. He allowed him on the air, every day, for seven days. Videos of the show remained on the Internet, for the entire world to see, 24/7.
In his very first show, Gregory played several love songs to his ex, and spent his time bashing laws designed to prevent domestic violence. Things went downhill from there. It quickly deteriorated into a hatefest against Gregory's perceived enemies.
He repeatedly defamed me, his ex and her mother. Timmer was warned, but allowed it to continue. What most appalled me was when Gregory invaded the privacy of his ex' mother. He publicly disclosed very private information about her for the express purpose of humiliating her. And succeeded. I called her after one of the shows, and she was a wreck. A private person with no interest in politics, she was not used to this kind of exposure. When she called Timmer to ask that it stop, he humiliated her even more. Observing she has no money, Not-So-Jolly Joe called her a "nothing."
The very next day, Timmer's producer Budd Williams jumped on the pile in a late hit on this poor soul.
The hate continued until Gregory was jailed for a direct violation of the Protection From Abuse Act Order on the air, when he read a note to his ex, begging her to come back to him and making lewd suggestions.
With Gregory in jail, Tricia Mezzacappa took over with her own special brand of hate. .
Just so you know, Gregory did more than defame individuals. He also defended a child rapist and made snide remarks about Jews and the gay community.
Timmer eventually did take the shows off his video stream, but has yet to retract the vicious comments made or apologize for them.
But I'll bet he's kept Gregory's $3,000.
Attorney Rick Orloski, representing me, has kicked things off with a summons in Northampton County Court. I expect other suits from Gregory's ex and her mother. The suit has been filed against Timmer and his broadcasting company.