NY Jets sports reporter Ines Sainz and “her breasts” are the talk of the morning shows today. After her almost comical appearance on Fox News yesterday, she is getting a lot of attention.
Imus in the Morning did a segment about the interview that Sainz did with John Scott on Fox News. They found it ironic that as Sainz is denying dressing provocatively to Scott, her breasts were heaving out of her shirt. As one guest on the show, Dagen McDowell, put it, “you could actually see underneath her breast, this is how exposed she was.”
The debate about the treatment of Sainz is on, and there are two camps regarding her “treatment” on the Jets’ field. One camp says she is a victim of “harassment,” and the other says she is leaving herself wide open for this with the way she dresses. Now comes a third thought on what Sainz’s “harassment” may be all about — publicity.
The Bleacher Report is calling Sainz a “genius,” as well as her publicist. She has managed to become an overnight success, being talked about in every media venue today. This is more likely what all the fuss is about — publicity. It is hard to imagine it is about harassment because Sainz is reluctant to go there in a lawsuit and has said she was not offended by the Jets’ players actions in an interview on CNN.
Sainz is not the first woman to use her sex appeal to get ahead in the celebrity arena, and she will certainly not be the last. This is a modest Kim Kardashian move. Kardashian continues to pose nude in magazines (Playboy and Harpers Bazaar) and plays a victim when the pictures are posted online. Each time she complains to the media that she is upset over the posting of her pictures, she gets more publicity for them and for her!
The NY Jets’ paying attention to a beautiful woman who is flaunting her assets is Sainz’s claim to fame!
Her Twitter page has been a running diary about her daily experiences on the field with the Jets, making her look much like a victim. According to CBS News, Sainz reported she was “dying of discomfort” on her Twitter page on Saturday.
Sainz says one thing on Twitter and something different in her interviews. “It was done as a joke and I wasn’t offended” is Sainz’s explanation of the Jets players throwing the ball in her direction, according to CNN. She also said “she did not realize this would become such a big deal.”
Maybe she did not realize this would become “such a big deal,” but someone behind this probably did, such as her publicist.
Reference: Imus in the Morning Live, CNN, Fox News Live, CBS News, Bleacher Report