Britt McHenry Apologizes for Recorded Outburst

The ESPN reporter has been suspended for a week for cursing out a tow truck company employee.
2:14 | 04/17/15

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But first, the television reporter making headlines this morning. ESPN's britt McHenry is suspended after this video surfaced of her ber rating a tow truck company worker. Reporter: Britt McHenry is well known to sports fans of ESPN, covering big games and interviewing top stars. Her actions off the field are becoming the story. 28-year-old britt hk Henry covers baseball and college football as a reporter for ESPN. Right over here, because you told me I need one of these. No red at Penn state. Reporter: But this morning. I'm in the news, sweetheart. I will Sue this place. Reporter: It's this exchange that has people buzzing. Why? Because I have a brain and you don't? Maybe if I was missing some teeth they would hire me, huh? Reporter: Recorded in a verbal tussle with a clerk while attempting to retrieve her car from a towing company. Oh, like yours, because they look so stunning. Because I'm on television and you're in a blp plp trailer, honey. Lose some weight, baby girl. Reporter: This video was heavily edited. Removing some of the employee's answers. We have asked the company to show or send us the unedited version of the tape. The company has not responded to our questions. Do you feel good about your job? Soy could be a college dropout and do the same thing? Reporter: ESPN telling ABC news overnight it has suspended McHenry for one week, effective immediately. McHenry apologizing overnight, saying in an intense and stressful moment, I allowed my emotions to get the best of me and said some insulting and regrettable things. As frustrated as I was, I should always choose to be respectful and take that high road. I'm so sorry for my actions and will learn from this mistake. Advance towing told TMZ about their employ eye, quote, she handled this the right way. She kept her cool the whole time. Other reports say the company has a rating from the better business bureau. We need to see the whole tape. But what she said, it's hard to take it back. They're not giving up the tame? Reporter: No.

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