Sean Avery takes feud with neighbor Alexandra Cooper to new podcast

Sizzling-headed former Rangers star Sean Avery is feuding with Alexandra Cooper — the host of Barstool Sports activities’ “Name Her Daddy” podcast who’s additionally Avery’s unfortunate neighbor.

Avery’s condominium is below development, and it’s apparently interfering with Cooper’s Barstool Sports activities recording schedule.
“She’s been submitting noise complaints and tried to leverage her 1 million Instagram following — and podcast — as a approach to halt Sean’s development. She data the podcast every single day regardless of solely releasing an episode per week,” a supply mentioned. However, “she didn’t comprehend it was Sean’s condominium.”


Avery fired again at Cooper this week in a virtually 15-minute rant on his new ActionPark Media podcast “No Gruffs Given.” He recounted receiving a telephone name from Cooper’s landlord asking him to “put some form of foam behind the doorways,” in order to not interrupt her tenant’s podcast recording. “They don’t even personal the condominium. They’re only a renter,” he fumed of the criticism. However, “I wished to take heed to the whole and utter bulls - - t and the entitledness of her . . . [and] this tenant,” he mentioned.

As soon as Avery realized that the sad tenant was Cooper, he mocked her for pondering she was “so essential,” and he pressured that he had “a legitimate work allow.”

“What actually bothers me is that Alex [bleeping] Cooper, who’s had a bit cup of espresso with success. She’s had her one yr when abruptly she’s an enormous shot,” he mentioned. “She is a [bleeping] joke . . . She thought she was going to get them to cease development . . . for 2 hours a day, so she will fill her [bleeping] podcast.”


A rep for Cooper didn’t remark — however both approach, she gained’t need to put up together with her inhospitable neighbor for much longer. Avery, who’s married to mannequin Hilary Rhoda and welcomed their first little one in July, plans to promote the pad to maneuver his household to the West Coast to “take over Hollywood.” “They need to be casting me in as a lot s - - t as they’ll solid me in. I drive site visitors. I promote tickets,” he mentioned.