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Erin Andrews is an ESPN reporter. Some sick person planted hidden cameras in her hotel room and splashed video of her while she was dressing all over the Internet.

Andrews happens to be young, beautiful, and a stylish dresser — prompting USA Today columnist Christine Brennan to write on Twitter that Andrews is essentially to blame for the appalling invasion of her privacy.

Yes, she did:

Women sports journalists need to be smart and not play to the frat house. There are tons of nuts out there.

Erin Andrews incident is bad, but to add perspective: there are 100s of women sports journalists who have never had this happen to them.

Brennan repeated the same sentiments on a talk radio program.

I have a feeling Ms. Brennan would get along swimmingly with Bonnie “You deserve to be on a rape list” Erbe.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Erin Andrews, Peeping Tom, Video