'F--k It, I Quit' Reporter Gets Marijuana Club Raided By Police
Remember that reporter who quit her job as an Alaska anchor live on air by telling the world, "F--kit, I quit"? Well, she may have to go back to her day job.
KTVA reports that Charlo Greene's Alaska Cannibus Club was raided by Anchorage police last Friday (Mar. 20) after suspecting that marijuana was being sold illegally from the club.
“Police received reports of the illegal sale of marijuana and other derivatives at a location that’s been identified as the Alaska Cannabis Club,” police wrote in a statement.
“I saw them uproot a couple of marijuana plants. They took some bongs and pipes and phones and computers and that’s pretty much it,” Green told KTVA.
Two cars, a Dodge Dakota and Jeep Liberty, were also impounded by police.
Green, also known as Charlene Egbe, claims that no illegal activity was going on at the hub.
“This is basically a medical marijuana dispensary,” she said. “We don’t sell any recreational marijuana, we don’t sell any medical marijuana. This is a place for card holders to come and share their own cannabis.”
Alaska legalized marijuana last month but it remains illegal to sell it.