One of the Australian “royal prank” DJs is suing her radio station for failing to provide a safe workplace over the hoax last year that lead to a woman’s death. Mel Greig – who has been off the air since British nurse Jacintha Saldanha killed herself in December – has filed a claim against 2Day FM.
The family of the British nurse who killed herself days after a prank call by two Australian DJs has slammed the radio station for giving one of them a major award. Michael Christian has been crowned “Top Jock” during Southern Cross Austereo’s “best in the land” competition – despite continuing outrage over the incident
One of the Australian radio announcers at the centre of the disastrous royal baby prank saga last year has won a national competition to discover the station’s “next top jock”, sparking outrage. Michael Christian, who six months ago was under fire for his role in the prank call to a London hospital that led to the suicide of a nurse caring for the Duchess of Cambridge, was on Tuesday given the award by his bosses at Southern Cross Austereo
SCA, the company that owns the network responsible for the radio show has made some harsh rulings in the aftermath of the suicide. Company Wide Suspension of Prank Calls The company that owns the radio station responsible for the Kate Middleton radio prank says it has “terminated” the show … and will implement “a […]