The article below shows Michelle Beadle’s rightful criticism of an ESPN article in which the interviewer praised Greg Hardy.
ESPN’s Michelle Beadle slams her own network for Greg Hardy interview | For The Win
On May 13, 2014, Hardy was arrested for assault and communicating threats, after he was alleged to have assaulted an ex-girlfriend by grabbing her, throwing her onto a stack of assault rifles located on top of furniture, then leaping on top of her and strangling her, and threatening to kill her. On July 15, a judge found him guilty of assaulting a female and communicating threats, and sentenced Hardy to 18 months probation, suspending a 60-day jail sentence. When Hardy appealed the decision, requesting a jury trial, the victim failed to appear in court to testify. As a result, the prosecutor’s office dropped the charges, citing their inability to locate the victim, and “reliable information” that the two parties had reached a civil settlement.
So, other than Michelle Beadle, it appears the sentiment of ESPN is a man (if you can call him that) who beats, strangles and chokes a woman after throwing her onto a stack of assault rifles is worthy of praise while a man voicing concern of adult men entering a bathroom full of little girls is worthy of being fired.
Oh, and apparently this wasn’t worth being fired for either. It was a few years ago.
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