The usually impeccably primped Lane, whose red-rimmed eyes were a sharp contrast to her sleek, black jacket and pants, was released on her own recognizance. Lane’s Madison Avenue lawyer, David Smith, said his client “absolutely never hit or made any derogatory comments to anyone.” “She was accosted by several individuals wearing plainclothes who violently grabbed her camera to prevent her from taking pictures of the altercation they were involved in,” Smith said. ) keep it up.” For a while, Lane dated WCBS-TV new anchor Chris Wragge, but they called it quits in October.

He said Lane “was shocked to learn that these people were police officers after the fact.” Lane, who has been dating Booker, a DJ at Q102 in Philly, refused to disclose who was in the cab with her, at first saying, “No comment,” and then, when pressed, adding, “several friends.” As Page Six reported last May, the petite Lane hit the headlines big when she e-mailed bikini photos of herself to NFL Network anchorman Rich Eisen, only to have them discovered by his wife, Suzy Shuster. A KYW/Channel 3 rep last night said in a statement: “We have no official comment at this time, except to say that we are very concerned for Alycia.

Taylor did not respond to requests for comment this morning.

All references to the Booker Show were removed from Q102this morning.

Our favorite cop beating anchorwoman is back in the news, and this time it's even weirder than the other 40 times. Lane, an news anchor in a large regional market, came to national prominence through two high-profile scandals in a single year.

Vince Mc Mahon has reportedly offered Alycia Lane a job in professional wrestling. According to Alycia Lane's boyfriend, the troubled ex-television news anchor just got a job offer from the WWE. Radio host Chris Booker was quoted in the Philadelphia Daily News as saying that Lane was offered an on-camera job at the WWE by Vince Mc Mahon. First, the Rich Eisen bikini pictures and then slugging the cop.

One of the three cops, a woman, told the TV anchor to back away, saying, “You can take pictures, but you have to step back,” the sources said.

That’s when Lane went nuts, shouting, “I don’t care that you’re a cop – dyke bitch! Then she walloped the officer in the face, the sources said.

joined Q102 about two years ago and had a year left on his contract.

Typically in radio if a host is fired on a management whim and not for any fault of his own, he would be paid out the life of his contract.

I wish we had the chance to say goodbye to our listeners who are such a part of our lives, but I know that's not how it's done.

I'll miss this job like crazy," Taylor told us today by e-mail.

"This was not a reflection on anybody's performance," a Clear Channel/Q102 spokeswoman told us moments ago.