FOX Traffic Gal sick at Lana Lounge

7/20/2010:

Ines Rosales intoxicated while bartending at Lana

At around 2am on Monday, June 5th, a female entered Hoboken Police Headquarters at First and Hudson Streets and said that a female employee at Lana Lounge (92 River St.) was sick and vomiting. She told officers that her husband, Brian Renda, a police officer from Clark, NJ was “taking care of her.” She requested police assistance and an ambulance.

A Hoboken Police Officer responded to Lana, and was met outside by Renda, who appeared agitated and unhappy with the security staff at Lana. While Renda was loudly expressing his displeasure with Lana’s, a Hoboken Police Officer met with Lana security staff and was taken to the second floor bathroom where the intoxicated female victim was on the floor inside a stall, with her head resting on the toilet.

The Manager of Lana said that Ines Rosales, who is a FOX News Traffic Reporter, was a bartender and had been doing shots while working that night. It was suspected that Rosales “had not eaten dinner” and may have been the reason she was felled by the alcohol. The responding officer felt that because of Rosales’ condition, she needed medical attention. The manager of Lana instead wanted to take Rosales, a Belleville, NJ resident, to a room they had at the W Hotel, since she is a TV personality and didn’t want the incident to be publicized. The officer felt it was more important to care for Rosales’ well being, and dispatched an ambulance which arrived at approximately 2:20am.

Hoboken Police noted that they had some difficulty with the “inappropriate” behavior of Mr. Renda, who didn’t help the situation by interacting and berating Lana staff – but no summonses were issued.

Rosales, who vomited two more times while being tended to, was eventually transported to Hoboken University Medical Center at approximately 2:30am.

20 Responses

  1. hobores says:

    i dont undestand, so the TV personality by day is a bartender by night?

    what a cover! Batman, Superman take notes, dont get drunk at work or your cover is blown :)

  2. prag says:

    NJ bartenders are supposed to be licensed in order to, presumably, learn to not serve drunk people and check IDs etc. They probably also learn not to drink while serving. So how does Lana and this bimbo get away with this? I mean Lana’s a real classy place, right? Oh, wait…

  3. Hoboken007 says:

    She is the FOX5 traffic reporter in the morning on the local station here. Not a FOX News Reporter for the nationally televised cable network. There is a difference.

    • FMTVENG says:

      which means she probably isn’t even an employee of WNYW/Fox5, but rather Shadow or Metro Traffic whom they contract with for traffic reports.[quote comment=”194795″]She is the FOX5 traffic reporter in the morning on the local station here. Not a FOX News Reporter for the nationally televised cable network. There is a difference.[/quote]

    • escaped68 says:

      That could be “was” an employee[quote comment=”194795″]She is the FOX5 traffic reporter in the morning on the local station here. Not a FOX News Reporter for the nationally televised cable network. There is a difference.[/quote]

  4. plywood says:

    This explains why last night the bathroom at Lana had those rubbernecking delays.

  5. pawzclawz says:

    I guess the money is better in bartending. There ain’t no tips in traffic reporting.

  6. Dperez says:

    Let’s remember that Fox News is not exactly the upper crust of news broadcasting. I could see this chick as a waitress at Hooters or something.

    • getz76 says:

      You may not like the content, but ratings rule the world in television. Fox News wins in that department. The cash-cow that is Fox News is a cable force. It is one of the top-three properties in cable television (MTV and Nickalodeon being the others).[quote comment=”194807″]Let’s remember that Fox News is not exactly the upper crust of news broadcasting. I could see this chick as a waitress at Hooters or something.[/quote]

      • Dperez says:

        Thus, proves that we are a feable minded society that is easily entertained. 👿 [quote comment=”194837″]You may not like the content, but ratings rule the world in television. Fox News wins in that department. The cash-cow that is Fox News is a cable force. It is one of the top-three properties in cable television (MTV and Nickalodeon being the others).

        [/quote]

    • mooshu says:

      Meowr!

      Hm, what was that wise Scarface quote again?

      Oh, yeah. “Never get high off your own supply.”[quote comment=”194807″]Let’s remember that Fox News is not exactly the upper crust of news broadcasting. I could see this chick as a waitress at Hooters or something.[/quote]

      • Dperez says:

        WTF are you talking about? What does getting high off your supply have anything to do with Fox News and my comment? [quote comment=”194867″]Meowr!Hm, what was that wise Scarface quote again?Oh, yeah. “Never get high off your own supply.”

        [/quote]

      • mooshu says:

        Errrr, Rosales’ night job is to “deal” drinks? To “supply” her customers with booze? And, you know, not consume the liquor excessively herself?

        It’s cutesy to do a shot or two while tending bar, I guess. If that’s your thing. It’s never been my thing, but…

        But, anyway, this is not about me. If she was vomiting and ill and practically passing out, chipping away at her career and reputation in the process, then she obviously pretty much crossed certain boundaries rather severely.

        Your comment regarding her “Hooters look” is exactly what a jealous member of society might say. While in High School. In spite of her unprofessional behavior, Rosales is actually dressed and posing professionally in that shot up there, and I think she resembles most young, female reporters nowadays. In fact, she appears more covered-up and poised than, say, many female reporters on Univision or Telemundo.

        Surf some channels and you’ll see for yourself.

        As for me, I don’t watch the news anymore. It’s depressing as all hell. I believe I may have seen Rosales on a segment once, though, a long, long time ago.[quote comment=”194878″]WTF are you talking about? What does getting high off your supply have anything to do with Fox News and my comment?

        [/quote]

  7. freewheelin says:

    Hey, just watching Fox News makes me throw up so I can imagine what it must be like to work there!

    • winesnob says:

      free-be just keep telling yourself the other news outlets are unbiased..keep drinking the kool-aid [quote comment=”194820″]Hey, just watching Fox News makes me throw up so I can imagine what it must be like to work there![/quote]

      • Easy-E says:

        What do you mean? Fox News is unbiased… Are you suggesting they’re lying?

        No, not even a little… Amazing though, it’s almost as if they played a huge roll in forming the tea party, but an unbiased news outlet like Fox could never have a hand in that, because they are so fair and balanced and unbiased.

        It’s the same old song with Fox News, criticize them and someone comes out of the woodwork and says… b-b-b-but CNN!

        Fine you think everyone else is biased, you can’t claim Fox isn’t the worst offender.

        I loved the edited video of that USDA official that’s been on the air, I first saw it and I was pissed. Only to find out later what the whole story was. Sad. Thanks Breitbart and Fox News, stay classy![quote comment=”194832″]free-be just keep telling yourself the other news outlets are unbiased..keep drinking the kool-aid

        [/quote]

  8. HansBrix says:

    “My propaganda is better than your propaganda”.

    Hey look at it this way: Fox just adds some counter weight to the NYTimes, WaPo, CBS News, et al.

    In fact the Times no longer pretends to separate the news and editorial sides. How else can you explain such things as 50 some odd pieces on the Augusta Country Club all male membership, or nearly two dozen articles on the Duke Rape Hoax BEFORE they found out that it was a hoax and rich suburban white males were actually NOT guilty of something?

    I guess it’s easier to say FAUX NEWS for the 1000th time, which sounds to me like Freudian projection.

    BTW, anyone want to tell us what JOURNOLIST is all about and why it’s in the news?

    • Easy-E says:

      Speaking of Freud, interesting how you justify it by claiming other news providers do it too. I had that excuse beaten out of me by the time I was 10 years old because It never worked. I would say something like “So and so did it to me first”, and the reply was always the same, some variety of “If they jumped off a building would you follow them?” or “Two wrongs don’t make a right” in between swats across my backside. What’s wrong is wrong and you don’t get anywhere by perpetuating it with more of the same.

      I know, it’s hard being a white guy in America. Don’t worry you and I will get by… Somehow.[quote comment=”194858″]“My propaganda is better than your propaganda”. Hey look at it this way: Fox just adds some counter weight to the NYTimes, WaPo, CBS News, et al. In fact the Times no longer pretends to separate the news and editorial sides. How else can you explain such things as 50 some odd pieces on the Augusta Country Club all male membership, or nearly two dozen articles on the Duke Rape Hoax BEFORE they found out that it was a hoax and rich suburban white males were actually NOT guilty of something? I guess it’s easier to say FAUX NEWS for the 1000th time, which sounds to me like Freudian projection. BTW, anyone want to tell us what JOURNOLIST is all about and why it’s in the news?[/quote]

      • HansBrix says:

        Oh I never said it was justified. What I AM saying is that those who complain bitterly at the smallest of provocations about FAUX NEWS FAUX NEWS don’t see the irony of the massive glass house from which they throw stones.

        Your comment “I know, it’s hard being a white guy in America. Don’t worry you and I will get by… Somehow.” really is an unnecessary and gratuitous cheap shot and a juvenile approach to debate.

        I’ll ask again: would you like to explain what the word “journolist” is and why it’s in the news.
        [quote comment=”194865″]Speaking of Freud, interesting how you justify it by claiming other news providers do it too. I had that excuse beaten out of me by the time I was 10 years old because It never worked. I would say something like “So and so did it to me first”, and the reply was always the same, some variety of “If they jumped off a building would you follow them?” or “Two wrongs don’t make a right” in between swats across my backside. What’s wrong is wrong and you don’t get anywhere by perpetuating it with more of the same.I know, it’s hard being a white guy in America. Don’t worry you and I will get by… Somehow.

        [/quote]

      • Easy-E says:

        I don’t know, haven’t had time to read about it. Let me guess: More justification?

        Why don’t you just tell me?

        [quote comment=”194871″]Oh I never said it was justified. What I AM saying is that those who complain bitterly at the smallest of provocations about FAUX NEWS FAUX NEWS don’t see the irony of the massive glass house from which they throw stones. Your comment really is an unnecessary and gratuitous cheap shot and a juvenile approach to debate. I’ll ask again: would you like to explain what the word “journolist” is and why it’s in the news.

        [/quote]

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