Here is a Fox News interview with Ms. Sainz:
Is it just me, or does Ms. Sainz invite sexual comment by her provocative manner of dress? It ain't a claim of rape, folks. In her defense, it appears that she did not actually make the complaint. It was made on her behalf by some women's sports writers group after Ms. Sainz reported feeling uncomfortable. Here is her odd statement:
“I personally believe that if (NFL security) find that (Jets players) are very aggressive in the way they speak about me, yes they deserve (punishment),” Sainz said in an appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America.
“But I’m not sure it happened.”
She also said,
“It was an uncomfortable moment because you are in the team’s dressing room and they are obviously changing clothes, showering — doing what they do every day in the locker room,” Sainz said to the AP. “So being a woman, obviously it was a bit uncomfortable.”Hello. It was a locker room. That is where players change their clothes. A few years back, the forces of political correctness required football teams to open their locker rooms to women reporters. Now, the reporter can claim she was uncomfortable because the players were undressed?
In my view, if you don't want to be treated like a hooker, don't dress like a hooker.
Source: Daily caller.