Max Kellerman Suspended
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ESPN has issued its third suspension in two weeks.

ESPN TV and radio host Max Kellerman has been suspended until Thursday following his admission on ESPN-LA radio show “Mason & Ireland” that he once hit his then girlfriend and now wife of 20 years, Erin.

“Max Kellerman will return to ESPNLA Radio and SportsNation on Thursday,” the sports network said in a statement.

Kellerman explained that the incident in question happened years ago while the couple was at a college party and both had too much to drink. Kellerman said that while he was trying to get things under control, his girlfriend slapped him, and he slapped her back.

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The conversation was reportedly posted online as an ESPN podcast, but has since been removed.

Just late last month, ESPN doled out a highly-publicized suspension to Stephen A. Smith for controversial remarks he made regarding domestic violence while talking about Ray Rice. Dan Le Batard also received a suspension recently for a billboard mocking LeBron James.

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