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Ines Sainz Shares Her Story With CNN’s Rick Sanchez (Video)

As the Inez Sainz/New York Jets saga continues to make the rounds on sports blogs and Twitter, it appears to be growing into a larger story. Earlier today, Fox News covered it, and now Sainz has appeared on CNN’s Rick’s List to discus her side of things with host Rick Sanchez and Brooke Baldwin.

Sainz confirmed that she received a personal call from NY Jets owner Woody Johnson to apologize to her treatment, but Sainz made clear that she wasn’t terribly unnerved by the behavior she witnessed, as she was focusing on her work at the time. Also, as a Spanish reporter who has covered Soccer in her native land, being around male professional athletes is something to which she is somewhat accustomed.

  • Wickedgirl

    Really… Really! C’mon!!!!! FYI: Ines darling, if you are a reputable reporter you should take your job a little bit more seriously. Can you dress up for the part? First, your pants, one size too small and your shirt look like your little sister shirt. I understand you crave attention, which is the reason why you are in the media. However, you should focus more in positive attention not sex appeal. Sex appeal is more for movie stars and models. You are a journalist. Did you ever wear a suit to work; it is what reputable journalist do. Respect is something you earn and by the way you conduct yourself. If you dress inappropriately you will get negative attention.
    Newsflash, did anyone told you about dress code… especially if you want earn respected in the industry.

    Also, please shut up! You get what you deserve. Also, can you polish your English… because you sounded like a total idiot on T.V. Your five minutes are over, go back to Mexico.

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