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ESPN Reporter Erin Andrews’ Nude Video

from – Erin Andrew is a sports reporter on ESPN. Besides being a good reporter, she is also attractive in appearance.

Part of her job requires her to travel and stay in hotel rooms. While doing her job, she was videotaped through the peephole of her hotel room door by some low-life scumbag while she was fixing her hair…sans clothing.

Then, this low-life posted the peephole video on the internet. It spread like wildfire. ESPN and Erin Andrew’s legal counsel have taken action, because they do not want the video seen, but it is “Googles” number one searched item this morning.

Erin’s attorney released the following statement: “While alone in the privacy of her hotel room, Erin Andrews was surreptitiously videotaped without her knowledge of consent. She was a victim of a crime and is taking action to protect herself and help ensure others are not similarly violated in the future. We request respect of Erin’s privacy at this time, while she and her representatives are working with the authorities.”

Who is “guilty”? Everyone who is about to google, or has already watched, the video. Sure, the inconsiderate putz that filmed it and released it needs to suffer to the fullest extent of the law, but he wouldn’t have done so without an audience.

The sex industry is the term given to the industry commercial enterprises which employ sex workers in various capacities, generally relating to what is described as “adult entertainment” which includes erotica, as it comprises a number of forms of entertainment not considered suitable for children. Why isn’t it suitable for children? Because, it’s “BAD”. It’s “WRONG”. It’s “DIRTY”.

And last year, the United States sex industry earned $13 BILLION and has been credited with creating new technologies to help spreading it’s products to consumers: Home video, DVD, pay-per-view, live streaming, and video on demand all came from the hub of the sex industry in Los Angeles’s San Fernando Valley.

Types of “adult” businesses: Adult films, Internet, and Adult Service providers

The growth in sex tourism has led to a corresponding growth in the sex industry in some countries. Illegal sex tourism with under-age children has become a notorious problem in poorer Third World countries in places like the Caribbean and South East Asia. Legal (above the age of consent) and consensual sex industries make a significant contribution to the local economies of some urban centers.

You want in on a top Adult Entertainment Company? That’s your business. The top ranked are: Vivid Entertainment Group, FriendFinder Networks, Playboy Enterprises, Club Jenna, LFP, Rick’s Cabaret, etc. Go downtown, you’ll find them.

But, when those businesses begin to harm/involve children, the unwilling, the unsuspecting, and invasion of privacy….we need to make more than a stand. They need to be STOPPED.

In the meantime, what you do in the privacy of your home or workplace is your business.

What Erin Andrews does in the privacy of her hotel room should be hers.


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