ESPN ruins everything

July 23, 2009 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Having already defeated fans who would rather watch football than suffer through cutesy idiotic banter by their sportscasters, ESPN is now in phase 2 of Operation Go F Yourself. Now is the time to strike at their own employees, so they took a five-month-old video that no one had ever heard of showing an unidentified naked girl and told the world it was their sideline reporter Erin Andrews. Take that Erin! Page Six says…

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 Web site demanding that it take down its link to a fuzzy video of an unidentified blonde. The video had gone largely unnoticed since it first went up in February. Last Thursday,, which had linked to the Andrews shots, got a letter from ESPN counsel David Pahl demanding the “pictures of a young, blonde woman” be removed. It didn’t take long for Web sites to identify the blonde as Andrews — and her lawyer soon confirmed it.

If indeed the video is that old and her identity was only accidentally made public, that would strengthen the theory that the video was made by someone traveling with Andrews and working for ESPN. That seems logical since the video appears to show her in two different rooms. I can’t link to the video, but she kind of looked like this (NSFW). I had to add the curling iron, which I think may actually be a flat iron. Here (NSFW) is what it might look like if Erin Andrews was a hot Asian girl when she made the video , and here is what it might look like if LSU safety LaRon Landry was Erins girlfriend and that guy stole her curling iron (NSFQBs).

If none of that helped, here (NSFW) are 15 pictures of Gemma Massey doing a shocking recreation of the moments just before the tape was made. WARNING – these images may be unsettling if you’re a whiny little girl.

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