Sports reporter Ines Sainz said on the Early Show on CBS that she was not the one who made the harassment charge against the New York Jets and that it was the rest of the media who reported it.
Sainz said that she has received similar reactions when she’s entered locker rooms in the past but “the vocabulary was never so rude.” She decided not to pay attention and focus on her interview with quarterback Mark Sanchez, but she stated that she thinks the rest of the media present were upset about the cat calling and that one male journalist came up and apologized to her.
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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson apologized to married mother of three, and she accepted and stated that she doesn’t intend to pursue further action. She was present at Monday night’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, but chose not to go into the locker room after.