She’s a single father now.
“Name Her Daddy” co-host Alexandra Cooper took to YouTube late Friday evening, asserting that she signed a solo take care of Barstool Sports activities to renew her smutty podcast and to inform her facet of the break up from her companion Sofia Franklyn.
Cooper, 26, stated Franklyn, 28, allowed her beau, HBO Sports activities government Peter Nelson, and his “posse” of brokers and legal professionals to intervene of their enterprise and are available between the one-time finest mates.
The pair, who had been initially squaring off with Barstool earlier than turning on one another, haven’t recorded a podcast since early April.
“I’m so f–king excited to get the present again on the air and proceed to speak in regards to the blow jobs and sh–ty one evening stands,” Cooper stated in her YouTube diatribe.
“The joy I’ve, I want Sofia had that day on [Barstool founder] Dave’s [Portnoy] rooftop,” she stated of the now notorious assembly the place Portnoy provided Cooper and Franklyn a sweetheart deal that will assure them a $500Ok base, plus incentives, and provides them the “Name Her Daddy” mental property (IP).
“I’ll see you f–kers on Wednesday,” she warned her “Daddy gang” on the finish of the clip.
Within the 30 minute video, Cooper stated the in-fighting began as they started renegotiating the second yr of their three-year contract with Barstool Sports activities. Throughout the first yr with the sports activities media behemoth, Cooper made $506,000 and Franklyn obtained $461,000, in accordance with Portnoy.
However the blonde stated Nelson saved chirping that they made “approach under” the business normal. (Franklyn and Nelson haven’t responded to The Submit’s requests for remark.) Cooper additionally alleges that the 38-year-old Nelson then took the lead, drafting a listing of calls for the ladies sought from Barstool, which included a assure of $1 million every, an even bigger piece of their merchandise income and giving them the mental property rights.
“Dave Portnoy basically informed us to go F ourselves in each single gap attainable. It was terrible … that doc basically pissed Dave off a lot.”
In keeping with Cooper, that’s when all negotiations stopped however they continued to do the podcast as Nelson began buying them round to different media corporations.
After receiving different gives, the co-hosts met Portnoy on his roof-deck — however Cooper stated they each went in with completely different objectives. To Franklyn it was a courtesy assembly to let Portnoy know they had been leaving whereas Cooper stated she went in with an open thoughts. That’s when Portnoy prolonged the deal, which he stated would have netted them thousands and thousands.
“He gives us what I noticed because the world,” Cooper stated, evaluating it to model possession offers scored by Howard Stern and David Letterman. However she claims her co-host felt in a different way. After the assembly, “I can inform Sofia just isn’t matching my degree of pleasure,” stated Cooper, who added that they walked house in awkward silence, and so they didn’t reply to Portnoy for just a few days.
In that point, which Cooper calls, “the ghost interval,” she stated she was making an attempt to appease Franklyn’s ever altering calls for. Throughout a painful two hour telephone name on Could 6, their divergent paths grew to become clear.
“Alex, I hate this deal. What it comes all the way down to is: you don’t wish to go away, and I don’t wish to keep,” Cooper recalled Franklyn saying. “Sofia stated, ‘the IP is crucial factor, however it’s not as essential to me as it’s to you, Alex. I get you suppose the IP is the end-all-be-all — however I really feel in a different way about that’ … We agreed that we valued the model in a really completely different approach.”
That’s when Cooper believes Franklyn wished to sabotage all the pieces and “drive me into beginning a brand new present.” She immediately had extra representatives together with Ben Davis, a sizzling shot agent at William Morris Endeavor, and an legal professional who saved transferring the purpose posts additional away from Portnoy’s unique supply.
“These individuals are by no means going to be f–king joyful. That is all about cash,” stated Cooper, including that nobody on Franklyn’s facet appeared to care about each other apart from bucks.
In keeping with Cooper, Franklyn saved saying that Barstool was “determined” to get them again and saved asking for extra.
That’s when Cooper known as Portnoy, received her personal illustration that “Peter Nelson didn’t decide for me” and began hashing out a deal to return.
She additionally appeared to reply to Franklyn’s allegation that Cooper stabbed her within the again. Cooper admitted to touchdown a elevate independently of Franklyn within the first yr as a result of she merely did extra work together with modifying the podcast and dealing with the advertising and social media.
“I selected to not share this elevate with Sofia, and I selected to try this as a result of Sofia made me really feel uncomfortable that I did extra work,” stated Cooper.
This announcement caps off the salacious saga which Portney stated, “In my 17 years of doing this, I’ve by no means handled anybody as unprofessional and disloyal and grasping as [the two women].”
On Instagram, Portnoy confirmed Cooper’s information, saying he doesn’t hate Sofia however couldn’t resist one final dig at Nelson.
“It’s all now again to Alex Cooper and Peter Nelson go f–okay your self, you f–okay.”