The Post published three images from the blurry video Tuesday.
"While we understand the Post's decision to cover this as a news story, their running photos obtained in such a fashion went well beyond the boundaries of common decency in the interest of sensationalism," ESPN senior vice president of communications Chris LaPlaca said in a statement Wednesday night.
Publishing those photos was in really bad taste. It's a no brainer that everyone warm blooded man on this planet would like to see Erin in the buff. I mean seriously!
The blurry pictures only confirm that someone really did video her. Which if you know how to use any of the bit torrent-esque services you are already aware of. Publishing the pictures was not necessary.
You can see the blurry images on their website.
Can you say "traffic generator"?
I knew you could.
They should give a portion of the ad revenues they are making off page hits to Erin.