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Video of Robin Cross yelling the the racial slur nigger ​ at her neighbor during a parking dispute from the Miami New Times ​ and Avery Fenton.

Robin Cross is a former Investigative Producer ​ for WSVN Channel 7 ​who resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida ​. In February, 2018 she was fired after a video of her yelling the racial slur " nigger" ​ at her neighbor went viral on social media ​. [2] [4] [5]

Early Life

Robin Cross is originally from Hollywood, Florida ​ and attended South Plantation High School ​ in Plantation, Florida ​. [3]

Personal Life

Robin Cross is a mother who lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. [3]

Education

From 1994-1996 Robin Cross studied at Broward Community College in Fort Lauderdale​. [4]

Career

Robin Cross joined WSVN Channel 7 as an Investigative Producer in February, 2016 in North Bay Village, Florida ​. In February, 2018 she was fired after a video went public of her yelling a racial slur at a neighbor during a dispute over parking. [2] [4] [5]

Robin Cross worked as an Account Executive and Media Relations Specialist at Insider Media Management in Boca Raton, Florida starting in February, 2015​. She previously worked as a Special Projects Producer and Assignment Editor for CBS 12 ​ from 2011-2015 in Riviera Beach, Florida ​. From October, 2009-2010 she worked as a Planning Editor for WTVJ ​. Cross worked as an Assignment Editor for CBS 4 ​. [4]

In the Media

On Monday. February 12, 2018 Robin Cross was fired by WSVN Channel 7 after she was caught on video yelling the racial slur " nigger" at her Fort Lauderdale neighbor during a dispute over street parking. [2]

“After conducting a thorough investigation, WSVN has terminated a 7 News producer who was caught on cellphone video using a racial slur,” station spokeswoman Lily Pardo said in a statement. “WSVN will not tolerate any kind of discriminatory language or behavior.” [2]

Spokeswoman Lily Pardo also confirmed the producer was indeed Cross, a veteran of CBS affiliates in Miami and West Palm Beach and NBC6 in Miami as well as news radio WIOD-610 AM. [2]

In the now-infamous video, Cross is confronted by retired car dealer Robert Fenton on the canal-front Isle of Venice Drive in Fort Lauderdale after she parked her car near his driveway. [2]

The dispute apparently has been ongoing for several years, and when Fenton came out to confront her on Feb. 6, Cross told station officials that she “just lost it” after “years of bullying.” This time, Fenton was filming the scene on his cellphone. [2]

“You don’t fucking own the road,” Cross is heard telling Fenton after he told her she is blocking his driveway.

Standing next to her car, she then launches into a tirade about how street parking is illegal anyway, but Fenton also parks there when the space is open. [5]

At the end of the 50-second video, Cross can be heard saying: “Yes, I used the word fucking  if you haven’t heard it before. Except for your fucking son who’s dating a fucking  nigger." [5]

“Finally, I said it out loud,” Cross says as she walks away. [5]

Fenton’s son, Avery Fenton, a lawyer, routinely visits his dad with his girlfriend, an African-American doctorate ​ student.

Avery Fenton reacted to the firing this morning by saying “justice was served.” [2]

“I’m glad WSVN did the right thing, and this puts the matter to rest as far as I’m concerned. I hope she will act with more care and thoughtfulness with the people around her in the future. [2]

“Everybody is owed dignity and respect. This was an issue of human decency, and I was just looking for WSVN to do the right thing.” [2]

As for dad Robert Fenton, he called today a “sad day.” [2]

“Nobody wants to see another person lose her job,” he said. “But in this case, the punishment fits the crime.” [2]

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