Jerry Springer Used Long-Running Talk Show To Sleep With Porn Stars And Strippers Say Ex-Staffers

Jerry Springer Used Long-Running Talk Show To Sleep With Porn Stars And Strippers Say Ex-Staffers
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For 27 years, The Jerry Springer Show was a fixture on television thanks to the nasty, expletive-filled fights between guests, the blurred nudity, and the crowd chanting “Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!” But, two former producers now claim that Springer is “morally bankrupt,” and he used the show to get porn stars and strippers into his bed.

The Jerry Springer Show ran from 1991 to 2018 and it was a cultural phenomenon in the 1990s, but the ex-staffers say that producing the talk show was just a “small part” of their job.

“Our real job was to get pretty girls, strippers and porn stars for Jerry to sleep with,” the producers told Radar Online . “Besides that, most of the guests were fake. The people making the show knew it — and didn’t care.”

After his talk show was quietly cancelled last year, Springer moved onto a new series called Judge Jerry, where the former Cincinnati mayor supposedly settles real cases. When announcing the new series, Springer said that for the first time in his life, he is going to be called “honorable.”

An insider says that the 75-year-old has abused his power and celebrity for years to take advantage of people, and that shouldn’t be the kind of person that people stand in front of in a TV courtroom.

Springer was involved in his own scandal back in the 1970s when he was a city councilman in Cincinnati. One year after he married Micki Velton, police arrested him for writing checks to a prostitute in 1974. However, the couple stayed together and welcomed a daughter two years later.

They separated and filed for divorce in 1990, but it was never finalized.

In 1998, Springer was in a hotel room with a porn star and her stepmother and the whole thing was caught on tape. At the time, Springer blamed the incident on Viagra, saying that it turned him into a sex addict.

Judge Jerry begun its first-run syndication on September 9th and NBC Universal distributes the show. It begins with the “Jerry!” chant by the live audience, but they manage to keep it quiet during the court proceedings.

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