The newspaper is reportedly blaming ESPN for outing one of their reporters in video scandal after the announcement of a ban on Post reporters from the network.
Press Release Service – Wired PR News – In response to ESPN’s ban on New York Post reporters from the network, following their release of photos from a nude video filmed of ESPN reporter Erin Andrews, the Post is reportedly claiming the network is the one who outed her. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the Post, which was one of several news sources to publish images or information about the video, responded in its “Page Six” column regarding ESPN’s decision to implement the ban.
The Post is quoted by the AP as stating in the column, “No one would have known that a sick voyeur had secretly videotaped ESPN reporter Erin Andrews nude in her hotel room, if the Mickey Mouse sports network hadn’t sent a letter to an obscure Web site demanding that it take down its link to a fuzzy video of an unidentified blonde.”
As noted by the AP, Andrews, who began reporting for the sports network in 2004, is reportedly planning to take legal action against the person who filmed the video as well as those who have published it.
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