Deadspin Mark Sanchez
February 10, 2011 by USA Post
Deadspin Mark Sanchez, According to the website Deadspin, the 17-year-old Eliza Kruger said she met with Mark Sanchez Jets quart club Lavo in New York on the eve of New Year She said she told him her age to which he replied: “Well, we can still talk, but I can not see you until you’re 18.” She said that she said, “17 is legal in New York.” In January, Sanchez would have sent a text message and the two dined at Nobu in New York, then they have apparently “hip” in its place. She knew that nobody wanted to believe, so she took pictures of what appeared to be Sanchez’s house as evidence that she was at her home. The Deadspin, their website says it has also provided the cell phone number of Sanchez.
Sanchez refused to discuss the issue and the Jets released a statement saying they are not going to discuss privacy Sanchez.
Frankly, I’m a little hesitant at the same link, but Mark Sanchez is the latest sports star to be linked to a scandal with a story of AJ Daulerio at Deadspin. I’d really rather not moderate a comments section that delves into the moral and ethical implications of this story, I’m linking it because it’s simply the latest in a long list of bizarre distractions Jets.
More troubling is the microphone of the Post’s story from Deadspin 17 years old girl from Connecticut who has slept with Mark Sanchez, then bragged to his friends and on the web before speaking to Deadspin about this, and then decided to try to withdraw before it becomes history. This is not rape: Mark Sanchez is 24 and she is 17, a year older than the age of consent. But foot ftshes are not illegal either, and that did not stop Deadspin (and later post) from forehead Rex Ryan and videos of his wife. In some contexts, texting dirty pictures of you to a ladyfriend is not illegal (I do not think), but could become so if it is harassment and victim presses charges. None of this means that this is not a potential scandal. Yet I think for the most part, the Post has miscalculated the public’s taste for the brand of Deadspin sports news-celebrity. Somehow, the behavior of all the actors does not seem as low as teenagers and purveyors of luridness do. We’ll see, but for now, I think the newsstand sales of pickup nonscandal Sanchez is a hindrance to pick up the paper. So it’s a bit pathetic to give as much space for something that was already quite comprehensive reported by Deadspin: it’s almost as if, by putting much weight on the story on the front, the Post says that Deadspin is not a competitor for sports gossip. If it’s really the thought then the position has a bit more thinking ahead.
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