Lee Mroszak
Radio personality
Lee Mroszak
Lee Anthony Mroszak, known by the on-air moniker Cabbie, is an American deejay. He broadcasted on New York City's 92.3 K-Rock and a former regular guest on The Howard Stern Show. On his show, Mroszak regularly dealt with topics of the day relating to life in America. The topics included music and hard rock: two of Mroszak's many lifelong recreational passions.
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    FORTIES
  • 2009
    Age 40
    In 2009, Ron Jeremy confirmed that Mroszak acted in the movie.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 38
    On Tuesday, June 26, 2007, Mroszak was a guest on the syndicated The Opie & Anthony Show.
    More Details Hide Details In response to questions about The Howard Stern Show, Mroszak retorted by saying "F Howard Stern" and mentioned that although it took him a while, he realized long ago that he had to "sever that umbilical cord Howard and his show", and remarked that he is "not a Howard Stern guy," having done radio years before his association with Stern. Stern, for his part, has not acknowledged Mroszak since 2007.
    On February 8, 2007, Stern questioned whether Mroszak could ever again be trusted, while Fred described the porn antics as "a sign of disrespect."
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    On February 7, 2007, it was revealed that Mroszak allowed a porno film featuring Ron Jeremy and Tabitha Stevens to be shot in Howard Stern's studio without permission.
    More Details Hide Details When confronted by Stern and crew, Mroszak contended that he produced the film but did not directly participate, but rather played "a Steven Spielberg type role" and that the film had been destroyed.
  • 2006
    Age 37
    Mroszak was released from prison on July 27, 2006 and appeared on The Howard Stern Show that same day to discuss his prison experiences.
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    In a spring 2006 phone call to The Howard Stern Show producer Gary Dell'Abate, Mroszak said he was " being tortured by the government" while in jail.
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    On August 15, 2006, Mroszak substituted for Sirius radio host Scott Ferrall, who was on vacation.
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    On July 27, 2006, Mroszak was released from prison after serving a one-year sentence for tax evasion, and immediately went to Sirius Satellite Radio to visit Howard Stern.
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    On February 27, 2006, it was reported on The Howard Stern Show that he was "recently" moved to Federal Medical Center (FMC) Devens in Ayer, Massachusetts.
    More Details Hide Details Mroszak states that unspeakable things happened to him while in prison at the hands of the guards and prison officials. These things will be addressed in a book that Mroszak is writing, though this book has been in the works since before 2004.
  • 2005
    Age 36
    On July 29, 2005, Mroszak was imprisoned at the Federal Correctional Institution in Fort Dix, New Jersey.
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  • 2004
    Age 35
    Mroszak pleaded guilty to tax evasion in federal court in December 2004, and was sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay his outstanding taxes, which have since been paid in full.
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    Mroszak spent one year in federal prison for tax evasion. He was arrested after saying on the November 9, 2004 Howard Stern Show that he did not file a tax return in many years and would not resume filing until the U.S. government cured his Gulf War Syndrome.
    More Details Hide Details An IRS employee happened to be listening and reported him.
  • 2003
    Age 34
    On the January 6, 2003 show, Mroszak had an on-air reunion with his biological mother, who claimed to have given him up as a newborn for adoption because she could not afford to raise him.
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  • 2001
    Age 32
    On September 11, 2001, Mroszak called into The Howard Stern Show—by then one of only a couple of local broadcasts still on the air—and helped explain that airplanes that people witnessed in Manhattan were United States Air Force fighters sent to patrol Manhattan airspace.
    More Details Hide Details He received many plaudits for his on-air contributions and composure during this difficult day.
    Mroszak fought two boxing matches during his association with The Howard Stern Show. On April 27, 2001, he fought Wack Pack member Angry Black to a five round draw and on May 31, 2002 he was defeated by Stuttering John by unanimous decision.
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    On the March 23, 2001 show, The Howard Stern Show paid Mroszak $3,000 to air the details of his honorable discharge from the military.
    More Details Hide Details Mroszak revealed that he and several other men had sex with the daughter of a Delta Force Sergeant Major. The interview shifted to Stern interrogating Mroszak about his involvement in a sexual situation that involved the presence of several men. Mroszak confirmed that he has engaged in homosexual sex but contends that he is not attracted to men.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1997
    Age 28
    With his credibility shattered, Mroszak was fired by KQRS on December 3, 1997, and the station was sued by Favre.
    More Details Hide Details Mroszak was not forgotten by old friend Cane (from his 93.7 The Edge days), who brought Mroszak to 92.3 K-Rock (WXRK) New York to produce his popular afternoon show. Mroszak used his newfound notoriety to appear on The Howard Stern Show. On The Howard Stern Show, Mroszak would often discuss his paratrooper service during Operation Desert Storm, events that occurred during his stint as a deejay for K-Rock radio, and the many bizarre incidents in his personal life.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1968
    Born
    Born on December 11, 1968.
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