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Before his downward spiral, Jay Mariotti was most well known for his role as a panelist on ESPN’s Around The Horn. Following his arrest, ESPN and Mariotti parted ways, and it was hard to fathom future involving Mariotti and ESPN in tandem. But Father Time heals all, according to Jay Mariotti, because, according to Jay Mariotti, he’s been afforded and opportunity to dabble in freelance storytelling for ESPN.
Last month, Jay Mariotti was charged with stalking, domestic violence, and assault for allegedly confronting his girlfriend on the same day a court ordered him to stay away from her (no, really).
Former ESPNer Jay Mariotti’s very public campaign of self-sabotage continued yesterday, as he allegedly confronted his ex-girlfriend the same day a court ordered him to stay away from her.
Jay Mariotti’s First Interview Since ESPN Dismissal: “I Was There That Night, And I Should Not Have Been”
Former ESPN TV personality and AOL Fanhouse writer Jay Mariotti spoke with FOX Sports’ Jason Whitlock in his first public interview after being ousted from both ESPN and AOL following domestic violence charges.
From now until December 30th we’ll be going through our favorite oopsies from the year that was. So come and join us, won’t you, as we count down the Top Ten Sports Media Gaffes of the Year! Today’s gaffe: Jay Mariotti’s legal troubles become a source of joy to many.
In an interesting move, Jay Mariotti, the controversial columnist/ESPN pundit whose August arrest prompted such widespread glee that it actually scared some people, announced on Twitter he’s done with his columnist gig at Fanhouse.
Remember when ESPN commentator/Fanhouse columnist Jay Mariotti got arrested and everyone went crazy? Of course you do. Well, today the case got some closure – and Mariotti’s ultimate punishment isn’t so bad.
Jay Mariotti might have escaped felony charges after being arrested last month, but the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office isn’t going easy on him – they’re charging him with seven misdemeanors. The arraignment is Friday.