Heads are going to roll at MSG.
Dolan is handed a job he couldn't handle.
Now his pathetic dad has to answer why this tool is running MSG into the ground.
Two new law suites have been filed.
Only explanation - Isaiah must have pictures of Dolan
I hope MSG folds and the Rangers, Knicks and Dolan cease to exist.
October 8, 2007 -- CABLEVISION patriarch Charles Dolan is so "livid" and "embarrassed" over last week's multimillion-dollar sex-harassment victory against Madison Square Garden, which is run by his unpolished son Jim, he's planning a major shakeup of the tarnished "World's Most Famous Arena," sources say.
A high-ranking MSG source said things are so tense since fired Knicks executive Anucha Browne Sanders won her case that father and son Dolans ended up in an ear-splitting screaming match. Daddy Charles is now mulling management changes from top to bottom, the insider said.
Not only is the elder Dolan, whose company owns the Garden as well as the Knicks and the Rangers, personally upset about the humiliating black eye his empire has been dealt - he also has both the NBA and NHL breathing down his neck to clean things up fast, another insider tells The Post's Patrick Gallahue.
During testimony in her federal civil suit, Sanders, the Knicks' former vice president of marketing, claimed Isiah Thomas called her "*****" and "ho" and then made sexual advances towards her. Testimony got even sleazier when Knicks star Stephon Marbury told how he bedded an intern in the back of his SUV after a night at a strip club.
In the end, Sanders won a jury verdict award of $11.6 million.
Asked about an impending shake-up, Garden spokesman Barry Watkins said, "I would direct you to our statement from the other day that says we plan to appeal this decision."
The NHL declined to comment and a spokesman for the NBA did not return calls.
But the Garden is now forced to go from one high-profile legal battle to another. Former Rangers cheerleader Courtney Prince will soon take on MSG with her own similarly salacious claims of rampant sexual harassment.
Prince, once captain of the Ranger City Skaters, filed suit against the Garden and James Dolan in 2004, claiming she was bombarded with tasteless sexual remarks and said one executive tried to force his tongue down her throat.