Meet Molly Kordares, the heretofore unknown producer at the heart of a huge story this week. She is Jeff Glor’s producer at CBS, the reporter who was subjected to an expletive-filled tirade on air by one of rock and rolls greatest legends. The interview is below, so you can watch it and be equally disappointed that the juiciest details were censored.
Yes, it was none other than The Nuge himself who made an unwanted sexual proposal to Miss Kordares which occurred during a contentious interview with Jeff Glor. He implied Ted was an extremist politically (just imagine!), which did not go over very well with the rocker man. What he said to her, and to him, is already becoming the stuff of legend.
“I’m an extremely loving and passionate man, and people who investigate me honestly, without the baggage of political correctness, ascertain the conclusion that I’m a damned nice guy. And if you can find a screening process more powerful than that, I’ll su_k your di_k.”
Saying that to a guy is one thing although most manly men get over their potty mouths after high school, but then he poured gasoline on fire by going all in with poor Molly Kordares, who was simply doing her job orchestrating what was turning out to be a very interesting interview indeed.
“Or I’ll fu_k you, how’s that sound?” Impeaching a southern lady’s honor is going too far. Even I know that. When the interview was over, we hear that Shemane Nugent (who is apparently always by his side to keep him out of trouble) made her husband apologize to Molly. Read more here.
Right Entertainment asked Molly what it felt like to be a target of Ted’s verbal barrage. Always the gamer, she told us “I was mainly concerned with making sure my camera was on, because I was sure he was going to walk away.”
Biography: Molly Kordares has been working at CBS News in New York for two years now after obtaining her Master’s degree in journalism from the prestigious Columbia University in New York City in 2008. Her four year degree was from the University of Georgia in 2005. She graduated in the class of 2001 from Dominion Christian high school located in Marietta, Georgia, which is her hometown. So we can smartly deduce there is a lot of southern girl charm in Molly to go with her big city-girl wisdom.
Molly has an impressive resume already in a short career. After graduating from the University of Georgia, she started working as a Public Relations Assistant for a cosmetics company, but what she really wanted to do was work in broadcast journalism. Her first break came the following year when she briefly worked as a press consultant for Bill Clinton’s Global Initiative. And no, don’t go there. Molly was definitely, positively not an intern for Bill.
Miss Kordares parlayed that experience into a gig as CBS where she began working as an associate producer, which has just made her more famous thanks to Ted. She works behind the scenes on television broadcasts like, for example, the one here.
Her Facebook page is here while you can follow her interesting life on Twitter right here. You can tell a lot about a person by visiting their social media sites. Molly likes hanging out with her girly friends, Atlanta Braves baseball, and she wields a mean pool cue. She looks naughty-nice in pink and can even handle a guitar, something Ted ought to have known before he insulted one of his own.
At least Shemane Nugent did the right thing. Now tell us, dear reader, what you think of the unfairly maligned, virtuous Molly Kordares?
Video: The interview that made her famous.