Mexican sports reporter Ines Sainz, who by the way was a former Miss Universe contestant and has the body and looks to prove it, has reportedly accused players and coaches from the New York Jets of sexual harassment after her attempts to interview QB Mark Sanchez ending up with players attempting to get her attention the way men do best…whistling!
The young lady pictured above is Ines Sainz. Ines is a sports reporter and was reportedly harassed by the players on the NY Jets this past Sunday:
NFL boss Roger Goodell was demanding answers Sunday night from Jets’ players and coaches accused of subjecting a female sports reporter to sexist locker room conduct. ang Green is dealing with a burgeoning scandal over the treatment of Ines Sainz, a sports reporter for TV Azteca of Mexico, during a weekend practice. Sainz, 32, a former Miss Universe contestant, complained she was bombarded with catcalls and boorish antics at the Jets’ New Jersey training facility to the extent she wanted to “cover my ears.”
“I’m dying of embarrassment!” Sainz tweeted in Spanish. Goodell immediately ordered an investigation into the “troubling” allegations, which were addressed in a team meeting Sunday night. Sainz went to the Jets’ Florham Park practice field Saturday to interview quarterback Mark Sanchez. But while waiting for Sanchez, she was blitzed with reprehensible behavior.
Players and coaches seemed to intentionally overthrow passes in her direction, whistled at her, openly ogled her and blocked her path as she attempted to walk away. Linebacker Jason Taylor reportedly volunteered for the passing drill in hopes of getting near Sainz. Defensive backs coach Dennis Thurman fueled the antics, tossing pigskins in Sainz’s direction. Nose tackle Kris Jenkins shouted: “Don’t let her act like she doesn’t know English. She speaks English.”
As the harassment went on, Sainz avoided eye contact with players, tweeting, “I am in the locker room of the Jets waiting for Mark Sanchez while trying not to look anywhere!” Sainz defended her appearance at the practice session, insisting she dressed modestly. “Jeans and a white button-up blouse [are] in no way inappropriate,” she tweeted, while posting a photo of her attire. The incident sparked a complaint to the NFL from the Association for Women in Sports Media, saying, “Women in sports media [should be] treated respectfully, equally and professionally while working in the locker room.”
This broad can’t possibly be serious. Although no woman has the right to be sexually harassed regardless of appearance, this chick goes to sports interviews with her a$$ tooted all out and the whole nine.
Peep pics below to see her “work attire”…SMH:
Honestly, what do you expect from men whose testosterone levels are on sky high and a very attractive women appears in their presence?