Deadspin Report: Pirate Fans Thought Andy San Dimas Was on Heroin

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from – File this one under the “odd sports news” section. A new report suggests that Andy San Dimas, a porn star, was ejected from a Pittsburgh Pirates game at PNC Park for “sexy dancing”—and for wearing a unicorn mask.

The alleged incident took place at PNC Park during a July 13 game between the Pirates and the New York Mets, Deadspin exclusively reports. A Pirates fan identified only as “Dave” provided a rundown of the events that led to San Dimas’ ejection from the stadium, which apparently involved the porn star’s decision to wear a unicorn mask.

According to “Dave,” San Dimas, described as “the girl with the unicorn mask,” told a group of Pirates fans that she was in Pittsburgh to dance at a local gentleman’s club, Deadspin reports. San Dimas, who allegedly described herself as a “major triple x star,” is reportedly a member of the “unicorn army,” a group whose members “take pictures of themselves wearing the unicorn mask in various places.”

At some point during the game, “Dave,” along with other Pirates fans, allegedly convinced San Dimas to don the unicorn mask and dance, in order to attract the attention of a PNC Park camera man, Deadspin reports. “She was doing her sexy stripper dance, but keeping her clothes on,” Dave told Deadspin. When an usher asked San Dimas to stop dancing, she reportedly ignored him.

Eventually, a security guard motioned for San Dimas to “come talk to him” regarding the dance and unicorn mask, but the 26-year-old porn star decided to eject herself from PNC Park instead, Deadspin reports. “Oh I’m sorry I was trying to have a good time at the f—ing Pirates game,” she reportedly told security. “Dave” added that San Dimas’ alleged “glassy eyes” caused some Pirates fans to think that “she was on heroin.”

Although San Dimas hasn’t addressed her alleged ejection from PNC Park on her Twitter feed, she did retweet a friend’s post that seems to confirm that she attended a Pirates game on July 13. Besides her career as a porn star, San Dimas recently had a small part in the 2011 feature film “Drive,” which starred Ryan Gosling.

The Deadspin account which says fans thought San Demis was on heroin: From

The girl with the unicorn mask was sitting in the seats directly in front of us, with a friend of hers. Her friend started talking with the people sitting next to us, and mentioned that she was in town to dance at Cheerleaders and that she was a “major triple x star.” Didn’t catch a name. If I remember correctly they have something called the “unicorn army,” in which they take pictures of themselves wearing the unicorn mask in various places and post the pictures to Instagram.

Anyway, between the top and bottom of the sixth inning, we convinced her to put the mask on and start doing a dance at the bottom of the stairs of our section, because there was a camera guy looking at us from the field. She was doing her sexy stripper dance, but keeping her clothes on, and an usher in the moat between our seats and the really, really fancy seats asked her to stop a couple times, but she ignored him. He radioed something into his shoulder walkie talkie and walked away and she sat down before the bottom of the inning started. Right around the time it did, a security guy came by our seats, and standing in the moat, motioned to her to come talk to him. Instead of pleading her case, she got up and decided to just leave, but not without screaming “OH I’M SORRY I WAS TRYING TO HAVE A GOOD TIME AT THE FUCKING PIRATES GAME.” It was pretty magical, all in all.

She was wearing a Neil Walker shirt for some reason, despite the fact that she wasn’t from Pittsburgh and he’s injured. Also, the people next to her said they could tell from her glassy eyes that she was on heroin, which if true, makes the whole thing even better I think. Me and my dad were just in town from New York to see the Mets series, and that was some shit that we definitely never saw at Citi Field.

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