Scott Sassa, the producer of the History Channel series, "The Bible" quickly exited his $6 million position as president of Hearst Entertainment & Syndication this week over a sexting scandal with a stripper.
The publication's sources state that the former Hearst executive was also checking out the "high class" escort site, Kingzzz.com while on the job.
The source tells the Post that "Scott was very careless" and unprofessional and claims the texts were sent to an Los Angeles stripper in December.
The message were reportedly forwarded by the stripper's boyfriend to higher-ups at Hearst.
"There’s a lot more to this ... They [Hearst] are going to find a treasure trove. It is very twisted."
As far as Sassa browsing the escort site, Kingzzz.com, the Post reports that "Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis stated that Sassa invited him to become a member of the site.
This is the same escort site that sparked some controversy about "Real Housewives of Miami" star Joanna Krupa.
While Krupa denied being an escort, Joe Francis tweeted last fall that it was Scott Sassa who emailed him information about the website and that's where he first heard about Krupa.
Francis states that Sassa is a former friend and tweeted this week that he is "the biggest scumbag on earth."
Scott Sassa (AKA biggest scumbag on earth) gets fired from Hearst 'after stripper and hooker scandal. - @RealJoeFrancis
Sassa, 53, was not only the producer of "The Bible," he was also in charge of Hearst's interest in ESPN, Lifetime, and A&E during his time at the media giant.
He also held top positions at Fox, NBC, Friendster and Marvel Entertainment.