ESPN Bans N.Y. Post Over Erin Andrews Photos

July 24, 2009
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ESPN is banning the N.Y. Post after it published photos from the Erin Andrews peep-hole video. Read more and see pictures and video here.

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ESPN Bans N.Y. Post Over Erin Andrews Photos


ESPN is banning the N.Y. Post reporters from appearing on ESPN programs because the newspaper published three photos from the Erin Andrews peep-hole video.

On Thursday the N.Y. Post defended its publication of the photos, which came from the illegally filmed Internet video, which shows ESPN reporter Erin Andrews naked in a hotel room. The publication defends their actions by accusing the sports network of having outed her.

The N.Y. Post published this in its Page 6 column on Thursday:

“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 website demanding that it take down its link to a fuzzy video of an unidentified blonde.”

Former ESPN employee Dan Patrick, calls the Post’s coverage embarrassing and reprehensible to Andrews.

The person responsible for the extreme invasion of privacy in the Erin Andrews peep-hole video scandal is still unknown, but Andrews’ attorneys are said to be getting closer to having a suspect.

The person responsible for the hotel pictures and video may work in sports as well, as the peep-hole video is believed to be shot at two hotels.

The N.Y. Post is not the only publication to run the grainy photos or post the video. Fox News and CBS have both shown the blurry images.

What do you think? Is ESPN over reacting banning the N.Y. Post?

Check out video of what the Right Celebrity Girl thinks below.


Erin Andrews ESPN Video

Erin Andrews Peep-hole Video


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