Even before revelations that the reporter Erin Andrews was secretly videotaped naked by a stalker in a hotel room in , female sportscasters understood how frightening obsessed fans can be. Andrea Kremer recalled that in , while she was working for NFL Films, she was in a hotel room when a man called late at night as she was falling asleep. Can you trace it? Then he called back — it was so chilling and terrifying. I was shaking. My heart was beating fast.
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They thought I'd be wearing a towel. Usually I'm the one barging into locker rooms to pester naked athletes. Today, The Mag has turned the tables. I'm still asking the questions, but the athletes -- LA Kings goalie Jonathan Bernier and enforcer Kevin Westgarth -- are clothed while I'm in the buff. Friends often ask what it's like to deal with nude jocks in a locker room. It's not that difficult to find out for yourself. Go to your gym and stalk the biggest guy there; as soon as he exits the shower, shove a tape recorder in his face and start barking questions. You could wait for him to get dressed, but then you might not get the interview. So yes, it's awkward.
I want to make that crystal clear. But she's got to be smarter and better," she said. Click here to go to the Buzz's Web site and hear the full interview. She later tweeted that "women sports journalists need to be smart and not play to the frat house. Thought that was only for chauvinist male pigs," one commenter wrote on the sports blog "The Big Lead. You are all of that anyway. There is nothing I said about Erin Andrews that I haven't said to myself every day of my career of 28 years. Brennan's controversial comments came as ESPN announced it was severing all ties with the New York Post due to the newspaper's published report that included nude pictures of Andrews taken from the videos. At least one freelance journalist for the New York Post quit over the way this story was being covered, according to Andrews' attorney Marshall Grossman.
Hugh Hefner is one hell of a man. He has literally built a respectable sized empire off of getting women to remove their clothes. On top of that, he lives in a mansion with an ever changing set of gorgeous women. He and Larry Flynt were true trailblazers not only for the pornography business, but also for freedom of expression and art.