By Peter Gleason

The Sixers have barred Howard Eskin from their facilities after the blowhard WIP know-nothing allegedly made an unwanted advance toward an Aramark employee at Citizens Bank Park, which got him barred by the Phils.

A 76ers spokesperson said Eskin will not be allowed into its training complex in Camden, “until further notice” and has requested Wells Fargo Center not to let Eskin in for team activities for the foreseeable future.

The Sixers are a tenant of Wells Fargo Center, with their lease expiring in 2031. The team hopes to build a new arena in Philadelphia’s Market East neighborhood.

Aramark announced Tuesday night it learned one of its employees was subjected to an unwanted advance by Eskin at the ballpark. The company said it immediately began an investigation, corroborated the allegations and worked with Audacy, the parent company of 94WIP, and the Phillies to protect the employee.

In a statement, Audacy said it learned of “an unwelcome kiss by Howard Eskin towards an Aramark employee at Citizens Bank Park.”

“The safety of our employees is paramount,” Aramark said in a statement, “and when we learned that an Aramark employee had been subjected to an unwanted advance by an Audacy employee, we immediately began an investigation, which corroborated the allegations.”

Audacy said Eskin will continue to be on air at WIP but not this weekend because of something unrelated to the incident at Citizens Bank Park.


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