Ines Sainz is a reporter from the Mexican TV station Azteca. She recently paid a visit to the New York Jets' facilities to interview star Mark Sanchez.
There, she alleges she was sexually harassed by players and staff.
Wow. We know Ines Sainz is hot, but it's like Gang Green is as undisciplined off the field as they were on it during last night's 10-9 loss to Baltimore.
Reporter Ines Sainz says the N.Y. Jets got their sexual harassment on.
She offered her first detailed account Monday of how she was subjected to "grotesque" locker room antics on Saturday, saying, "It mustn't happen again."
She says the team is serious about making it right, though: "I believe they are taking it seriously and it's only going to be one bad experience," Sainz said.
Yesterday, Ines watched pregame warmups just yards from some of the players accused of bombarding her with catcalls, whistles and blatant ogling.Sainz, 32, said she "never heard something overtly sexual" from the players during her visit, but noted one called her a "bonita señorita" - a pretty lady.
In a short black dress and sky-high stilettos, she reported on the action from the sidelines hours after accepting an apology from owner Woody Johnson.
Johnson assured Sainz and the rest of the media that Jets team officials will begin grilling players and coaches today about the startling accusations.
"Right now, we're working with the league and we're doing all the fact-finding, checking the facts, doing the interviews," Johnson said on ESPN Radio.
"We certainly don't want any allegations like this, or anything like this to happen. I apologized to her - if anything happened, kind of an open apology."
Ines Sainz, who is heading home to Mexico City today, said that she was touched - in a manner of speaking. "He was very concerned," she said.