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Scott Kaplan, co-host of the XX 1090 morning show, last week criticized the physical appearance of...

Scott Kaplan, co-host of the XX 1090 morning show, last week criticized the physical appearance of Andrea Lloyd, a studio analyst for The Mtn., and a former gold medal winner on the 1988 U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team. In his show Jan. 25, Kaplan described Lloyd as a "sasquatch of a woman who breaks things down at halftime. I just can’t watch it." Kaplan also called Lloyd an "animal," a "monster" and a "beast" in a segment about Lloyd that lasted over six minutes. Kaplan said, "I think that she is currently a woman. I cannot confirm for you that she has been a woman her entire life. My guess is that at some point she had some form of surgery. Have you seen this chick?" He later said, "I’ll take Holly Rowe’s giant butt any day on ESPN, compared to this sasquatch that they use." The segment ended with Kaplan saying, "We’re talking about the beast that’s on The Mtn. that no one can watch. I can’t wait for San Diego State to move to the Big West. … Andrea Lloyd, that’s her name? Post a picture of her. Let everybody see it for themselves." Kaplan previously was sued by a woman he called a "skank" on the air when he worked for XTRA Sports 690 in 2001. The woman sued him and the station’s operator, Clear Channel Broadcasting, for slander, libel and invasion of privacy in 2003. The case was settled confidentially in 2004.

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