I was researching, thats why I watched it.
A video on the internet that was taken without that person's permission.
Let's say someone had a camera in your bathroom that showed you unclothed (scary thought,. no doubnt) and they put it out there on the internet for everyone to see. Your friends, your family, your co-workers. Wouldn't you feel violated?
Sure it is. One is just a little less creepier than the other because it's basically the same thing. Only this guy had a camera at the peephole. Watching the video is basically looking in that peephole. Thare are thousands of women who are as beautiful or more beautiful than Erin Andrews that take their clothes off online for free and they are doing it on their own volition. Watch them instead of someone who didn't want to be videoed.
Millions of people have seen the images by this point ... 1 or 2 people were likely responsible for its creation.
Telling or expecting people to not watch videos on the internet is ludicrous, IMO, and likening anyone who has seen the video to the people who made the video is quite irresponsible.
It may not be as bad. It is still wrong.
Reds Fan Since 1971
You probably have watched it or have at least tried to.
According to ABC News, ESPN thinks it was an inside job and is investigating accordingly.
Kinda makes sense that it could be an ESPN employee.
I've seen the video, judge me if you want.
It sure looked like to me that EA knew she was on camera. Who the hell irons in the nude? The way she acts and the way she moves looks like she knew something was up.
I could be off there, but it's JMO of course.
P.S. Some folks do iron in the nude and I have no alternative motives for doing so.
If you have a losing record at Reds games, please stop going.
You can justify all you want, but watching that video is wrong.