Screaming, Expletives, and, Eventually, Police: All in the First Night of Kitchen Nightmares Taping at Amy's Baking Company
"She was yelling and screaming 'get the fuck out' and saying if we weren't going to pay for our drinks, she was going to call the cops. She called me a 'tough guy' and said, 'You better correct your acting skills if you're trying to get on TV.' The producer said he would pay for our bill and that we should leave."
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The diner adds, "The producers told me they had never seen anything like this."
When the diner and his partner walked out, he says the Scottsdale police were already on the scene and tells me they were responding to a 911 hangup call he presumes was made by Amy. He goes on to say he heard Amy tell the police she had been "set up."
To add to the evening's disaster, the diner says he never did get to see Gordon Ramsay.
When I called Samy to ask for his side of the story, he told me couldn't talk to me because "Ramsay was there."
A call to one of the producers of the show has not yet been returned.
The Scottsdale Police Department confirms for Chow Bella they came out to Amy's Baking Company on Saturday evening following a 911 hangup call. They concluded everything was fine and left without making a report.