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Rosanna Scotto, Greg Kelly on The People's Court

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Like any brother-sister relationship, Good Day New York co-hosts Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto have their good days and their bad days.

One particular bad day lead to injuries suffered by Rosanna which she says were inflicted by Greg.

Rosanna decided to have the matter resolved in The People's Court.

Rosanna was seeking a maximum penalty of hard labor of one hour of peeling potatoes.

Greg counter-sued, saying Rosanna's injuries were the result of her carelessness. He counter sued for $11 billion trillion.

"I have been living in a situation where my life was on the line. I deserve hazard pay for working with Greg Kelly day in and day out," said Rosanna before Judge Marilyn Milian.

She suffered a slight meniscus tear in her knee and a cyst behind her knee during a football segment with an all-women's football team several weeks ago.

"We played a game of football. She agreed. She got tackled. It happens," said Greg.

"You do have a nasty happy of flailing, of releasing, Mr. Kelly," said Judge Milian.

Greg, who was wearing a sling over his left arm because he had an arm ache, said he told the football player nicknamed 'the refrigerator' who slammed into him which lead to a collision with Rosanna: "let's play a round of touch football."

In the end, Judge Milian ruled in favor of Rosanna.


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