UPDATE: Philip Propst, brother of Rush Propst, called in to the Finebaum program with a lawsuit threat against Ford. He said he was tired of his family name being drug through the mud.
Finebaumâ€™s radio show started with an interesting conversation with fired Hoover Gazette reporter Hunter Ford, and Finebaumâ€™s recapitulation of his talk with Rush Propst. You can hear the show online at finebaum.com
According to Finebaum, Propst denied the allegations and attacked Fordâ€™s credibility. Finebaum reported Rush Propst said there was no truth to the allegations.
The allegations in question? Well, the most important one to most people, an alleged extra-marital affair.
Ford increased the stakes by once again suggesting Propst has a history of sexual dalliances going back to his days at Eufaula.
Ford received some support today from his employers at the Western Star in Bessemer. He was praised as a good worker for the newspaper.
Earlier today, one of his former supervisors at the Hoover Gazette praised him here on our discussion forums.