Hot-headed former Rangers star Sean Avery is feuding with Alexandra Cooper — the host of Barstool Sports’ “Call Her Daddy” podcast who’s also Avery’s unlucky neighbor.
Avery’s apartment is under construction, and it’s apparently interfering with Cooper’s Barstool Sports recording schedule.
“She’s been filing noise complaints and attempted to leverage her 1 million Instagram following — and podcast — as a way to halt Sean’s construction. She records the podcast every day despite only releasing an episode a week,” a source said. But, “she didn’t know it was Sean’s apartment.”
Avery fired back at Cooper this week in a nearly 15-minute rant on his new ActionPark Media podcast “No Gruffs Given.” He recounted receiving a phone call from Cooper’s landlord asking him to “put some kind of foam behind the doors,” so as not to interrupt her tenant’s podcast recording. “They don’t even own the apartment. They’re just a renter,” he fumed of the complaint. But, “I wanted to listen to the complete and utter bulls - - t and the entitledness of her . . . [and] this tenant,” he said.
Once Avery learned that the unhappy tenant was Cooper, he mocked her for thinking she was “so important,” and he stressed that he had “a valid work permit.”
“What really bothers me is that Alex [bleeping] Cooper, who’s had a little cup of coffee with success. She’s had her one year when all of a sudden she’s a big shot,” he said. “She is a [bleeping] joke . . . She thought she was going to get them to stop construction . . . for two hours a day, so she can fill her [bleeping] podcast.”
A rep for Cooper did not comment — but either way, she won’t have to put up with her inhospitable neighbor much longer. Avery, who’s married to model Hilary Rhoda and welcomed their first child in July, plans to sell the pad to move his family to the West Coast to “take over Hollywood.” “They should be casting me in as much s - - t as they can cast me in. I drive traffic. I sell tickets,” he said.
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