Sunday, July 19, 2009
The internet has gone too far...


ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews has been an internet sensation for several years. She's put up with a lot of leering, and was even lustily embraced by Tennessee basketball coach Bruce Pearl, the sweatiest man in sports. Since she puts herself in the public eye and presumably makes a nice salary, a lot of this is just part of the natural price of being a celebrity.

But now it's gone too far. Last week, someone took videotape of Erin completely naked and posted it on the internet. Was this an act of betrayal from some ex-boyfriend? No, it seems a stranger took the video through a keyhole on her hotel room door!

Erin Andrews is a juicy little tomato, but this was a criminal and immoral invasion of her privacy. She can't even undress in her hotel room without worrying about someone filming her? That's just really sad.

I rarely take the high ground when it comes to female nudity, but in this case I definitely will. Although lawyers have made sure the video is off of the site that "broke" the news, it's most likely still out there; but I'm not looking at it. There are plenty of willingly nude ladies on the internet, some so willing it's almost tragic.


3 Comments:

Blogger Ćœbermilf said...

I'm not into sports, so I don't know what you're talking about.

I do think it sucks that she can't excel at a profession without being violated by a creep.

If I was a judge, I'd make the offender walk around naked for a while. Of course, that would probably punish the people in his neighborhood unfairly, so...

Blogger dizzy von damn! said...

i respect your moral integrity.

seriously.

Blogger Johnny Yen said...

Okay, to even things up, someone's got to do the same to Brent Musberger. That'll stop the fucktards from ever trying that again.

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