Posted on 15 October 2010.
Ines Sainz who had sparked the whole media controversy of being verbally harassed by the New York Jets, is eying to return to her interviewing job, and is reported that this time she will be working with the Pittsburgh Steelers. She also said that during her job she will stay away from the players locker rooms just to avoid any sort misconception.
In an interview the TV Azteca journalist said that she will most probable returning to work from next week, and will be interviewing players and coaches on the sidelines during the games. She is looking confident enough to return to her job, but as far as possible will try to avoid any sort of controversy once again.
She said that she will be staying away from the locker rooms as it is not the right place. As for her first assignment, she will be interviewing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, who will be returning after a suspension, after he had been accused of sexually assaulting a Georgia college student, but luckily the charges were not laid on him.
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Posted on 14 September 2010.
Reporter for Azteca, Ines Sainz receives apologies from the New York Jets owner, Woody Johnson, over the rude behavior of the team with her. Ines has been a Miss Universe in the past and today she has been rated as the hottest sports reporter in Mexico. She had been verbally harassed by the team members of the New York Jets.
She had said that they had passed some obscene remarks on her, and that she has reacted to it. It was during the practice session when Ines was in course of an interview, when some of the team members had passed some obscene remarks over her.
And one can also think why not, such an incident, would not have the chance of taking place some day, it is because the provocative clothing that she wares during her work and job. This is actually a blind invitation for someone to react over her in a very rude manner, in fact she needs to be careful about her clothing during her work. But the Jets have stood fair on their paths, as they have willfully apologized to Ines Sainz for their rude behavior.
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