A videotape of a Rachel Nichols hotel room in Orlando, Florida, was hijacked by an unknown party and then leaked to Dead spin.
“On Tuesday evening, an anonymous party sent four videos to Deadspin reporters. These videos appeared to be video recordings of a mobile phone, showing ESPN’s afternoon NBA show host Rachel Nichols Jump, During a telephone conversation with an unidentified man, he talked about personnel issues on the Internet. “
ESPN has confirmed this incident.
“We are very disappointed with the leak of private conversations. ESPN said in a press release: “This is irrefutable and violates Rachel’s privacy. “
The Deadpsin report pointed out that the anonymous party stated that these videos are intended to expose Nichols as a “traitor” to the network.
Unfortunately, these allegations have not yet been fulfilled, even the most remote substance.
The party who committed the act (possibly arrested) may face criminal charges for violating the “bipartisan consent” law.
At the time of publishing this article, Nichols has not yet issued a statement.