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Stories in the Sky
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Stories in the Sky is grateful for your continued commitment to the program. Unfortunately, and with great regret, we must announce that Stories in the Sky has been cancelled for the time being.
This morning, when we were recording the episode for today, host Victor Russo fell into a fit of rage and threw sizzling lasagna onto guest Natalie Portsmouth’s face. He then suddenly fled the building, and we have not been able to get in contact with him since.
Following the incident, Natalie Portsmouth tried to go eat taco burgers with the rest of the show’s guests, but the program’s staff convinced her to go to the hospital instead. She has been rushed to the hospital, and her doctors tell us that she is now in stable condition. We sincerely apologize to her and her family, and we wish them to know that we will support her in any way that we can during her time of recovery.
The LOPD is investigating the case, and we are fully cooperating with them in their search for Russo. With permission from the LOPD, we and the guests who appeared on today’s program have decided to release a portion of the audio footage in which the incident was recorded. We will continue to be transparent with you and update you on the progress of the investigation. If you have any information that will help us in our search for Victor Russo, please call us at (800) 277-3665.
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