Marty Sheargold kicked out of AFL grand final before taking personal leave

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It’s been reported that comedian and Triple M radio host, Marty Sheargold, was involved in a messy incident at the AFL grand final on September 30.

According to the Herald Sun, Sheargold was asked to leave a corporate area inside the MCG at halftime after complaints about his behaviour.

Representatives from Triple M later apologised to people who had made a complaint about his conduct.

Sheargold, 52, has been missing from his Triple M radio show for more than a week now, with Southern Cross Austereo – the parent company behind Triple M – releasing a statement on Saturday saying Sheargold was on leave.

“Marty is taking personal leave to spend some more time with family. He will be back on air again soon,” the statement read.

Anchor Troy Ellis filled in for Sheargold last week, with Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann filling in so far this week.

News.com.au has repeatedly contacted both Triple M and Sheargold’s management for comment, though we didn’t hear back by the time of publication.

Sheargold was nowhere to be seen at the radio awards, known as the ACRAs, in Sydney on Saturday night, where his longtime producer and Triple M team member, Loren Barry, presented during the ceremony.

Barry told Herald Sun on the pink carpet at the ACRAs that “everything is fine” with Sheargold, and suggested that the gruelling hours of breakfast radio had taken a toll on the host.

“He is just taking some time, he is just spending some time with his family, but we are all good,” Barry said.

“Everything is fine. We will be back.

“Working in breakfast radio you just get really tired. It is a very tiring job,” she said.

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