New York Jets Reporter Ines Sainz Harrasment Case in An Interview With MSNBC
New York Jets Reporter Ines Sainz Harrasment Case in An Interview With MSNBC – Ines Sainz, a lady reported for Mexico’s TV Azteca was reportedly sexually harassed by some players of the New York Jets. The Jets already apologized and Sainz already accepted it.
According to a report by the New York Post, the harassment happened during practice of the New York Jets. Ines Sainz said that Dennis Thurman, the team’s defensive backs coach, purposely overthrew passes that landed near her on the sideline. The New York Post also said that linebacker Jason Taylor volunteered to join the defensive backs. Players also reportedly made sexually suggestive comments in the locker room after practice.
Ines Sainz had nothing to do but tweet about the event. She has to do her job and she never expected such a treatment. Sainz was a former beauty queen before becoming a reporter.
“I die of embarrassment!” Sainz wrote in Spanish on her Twitter website. “I am in the locker room of the Jets waiting for Mark Sanchez while trying not to look to anywhere!”
Woody Johnson, team owner of the New York Jets extended an open apology to Sainz in a statement.
“I called her the minute I found out about it, and I finally spoke to her later on in the day,” Johnson told the media. “We take this very, very seriously, as you can imagine. We want all of our reporters, female or male, to be comfortable wherever they are, on the sideline, in the locker room or at a game. We have to make the working environment professional, representing the New York Jets well.”
Below is Ines Sainz’ interview at MSNBC:Follow us on Twitter to get free up-to-date news via tweets from the World Correspondents, or you can subscribe to us by entering your e-mail below. You can confirm your free subscription by clicking the confirmation link that will be sent to your e-mail address. Once you've confirmed, then you're good to go.