"She is no longer with the campaign," Scott said in the statement.
Rosato last week said she had joined the campaign as of Sept. 27.
Before Scott's statement was released, Rosato had declined to comment on the podcast, referring questions to the campaign.
The offending podcast has been removed from her website, but you can listen to it here.
Keith Fitzgerald's new campaign spokeswoman may just be the one to introduce some sass into his bid to unseat Vern Buchanan from Congress
In a podcast produced before she joined Fitzgerald's campaign last week as his communications director, veteran Democratic political operative Ana Maria Rosato asked, 'Do Republicans hate sex?'
She answers in language that's mostly too racy and too saucy for this blog.
"Today's 'Grand OB/Gyn Party' is obsessed with sex, mainly ensuring that the rest of us have the same apparently miserable sex lives that they themselves endure," Rosato says on the podcast. "Just look at them, do they look happy? Do they look like they are being romanced and courted? Do they look like they have happy, fulfilling, fabulous-can't-wait-to-get-my-honey relationships?
"Nope. They sure seem like a cranky, irritable miserable lot to me. They ain't getting any lovin', and they damned sure spend a lot of time devising ways to prevent the rest of us from having happy lives and in particular happy sexually fulfilling lives."
From there, it gets unprintable.
A link to a YouTube version of the podcast began arriving in email boxes Monday morning.
Born and raised "about an hour east of New Orleans," Rosato, whose career includes a stint with Tennessee Planned Parenthood, describes her website, Sassy Political Insights, like this:
"Written in a scathing style redolent of the region’s famous cuisine — hot, strong and spicy, Sassy Political Insights provides a marvelously sane — and fun — lens through which to view the Republican Party’s push to bring the Taliban’s backwoods, backwards Stone Age of a miserable life to our homes, right into our bedrooms, and even deep inside of our bodies."
You can listen to her podcast on the sexual proclivities of Republicans, here.