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Erin Andrews Peephole Tape

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Related informationErin Andrews Peephole Video: What You're Not SeeingErin Andrews Video Peep: An ESPN Inside Job?Erin Andrews Peephole Pictures a Celebrity Invasion of PrivacyNY Post Erin Andrews Photos Get Paper Banned from ESPNThe New York Post Erin Andrews photos have been a big part of the Erin Andrews peephole tape controversy.

When the NY Post published Erin Andrews photos in the newspaper, it was the green light for media outlets other than the Post to show Erin Andrews photos.

The Erin Andrews video peep pictures and peephole tape had been contained to the Internet, but now the Andrews photos have put the story into the mainstream media.

As such, ESPN has taken the step of banning the New York Post from any further access to ESPN, thanks to the Erin Andrews photos.The NY Post put Erin Andrews photos from the infamous peephole tape a few days ago, making it a front page story.

Though Erin Andrews has been trying to get the video peep off the Internet, the New York Post put three photos from the peephole tape up for all to see in print on Tuesday.Three Erin Andrews nude photos were put on the paper, with black bars put over the dirty bits, of course.

Nevertheless, putting the peephole tape evidence on display like that is the exact opposite of what Erin Andrews wanted.Therefore, the NY Post is getting an earful from ESPN, which is trying to limit the damage of the Erin Andrews video peep.

Therefore, employees of the New York Post are banned from appearing on any of ESPN's programming.

Several NY Post reporters often appear on ESPN, but will be unable to do so anymore, thanks to this scandal.The NY Post Erin Andrews photos are another black mark against the paper, which is often accused of being no better than a tabloid.

Its yellow journalism reputation, and its right-wing bias, have often gotten the New York Post in trouble over the years.ESPN has been able to take the moral high ground over the NY Post in this issue.

However, it may be the last time ESPN can do so in this story.

Though the NY Post Erin Andrews photos may cross the line, it would cross the line further if an ESPN employee filmed the Andrews peephole tape in the first place.
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