Ines Sainz Pictures: Meet the Reporter Who Was Harassed by the Jets
Ines Sainz is a name that few of us were familiar with until allegations came out that the reporter from Mexican TV Azteca was sexually harassed by New York Jets players and staff when she visited Jets' facilities to interview Mark Sanchez.
We all know that Ines is hot, but how much do we really know about her? We know she a sports reporter, and we know that most of us don't understand what she's saying.
But who is the real Ines Sainz? Read on to find out.
Don't worry, guys. There are plenty of pictures.
Ines Sainz was born in Queretaro, Mexico in 1978. Growing up with two brothers, Ines was a bit of a tomboy, so it is very fitting that she decided upon a career in the sports industry.
Who's Your Daddy?
Ines' father was a lawyer, but unfortunately he passed away a few years ago due to heart problems.
Her mother was a stay-at-home mom and looked after Ines and her brothers while Mr. Sainz went to work.
Ines is nobody's dummy. She studied law at the University of Mexico and then earned her masters at the University of Queretaro. She now has degree in business and business in soccer.
Let's Get Physical
Ines doesn't just report on sports. She plays them. Sainz is an excellent swimmer and volleyball player. It is very fitting that she participates in the two sports that require the least amount of clothing.
Watch Out Mark Sanchez
Ines' trip to the Jets' facilities (where the alleged sexual harassment took place) was for the purpose of interviewing Mark Sanchez.
Let's hope he didn't get too fresh with her. Ines has a black belt in Tae-Kwan-do.
But Ines is taken. She is married to Hector Perez Rojano, and the pair have three children together.
Their daughter, Ines, is six years old, and they also welcomed twin boys, Eduardo and Hector, in 2008.
She Has Experience
Ines has been a sports reporter for TV Azteca for 10 years now, and it seems like Mexican television is ahead of American television in one respect:
What goes better with sports than beautiful women?
Since little information exists about Ines Sainz, I feel that it is my duty to set something straight:
This Ines Sainz was never Miss Spain.
This Ines is from Mexico.
Women who become Miss Spain are from Spain.
Our Ines may have not been a beauty queen, but who cares?
What Happened With the Jets?
Ines visited the Jets' facilities to interview players and staff before the Ravens spanked Mark Sanchez.
Sainz entered the Jets' locker room where she was allegedly the victim of "catcalls and boorish behavior." Ines is getting quite a bit of flack for the way she dresses, and many feel that her attire is inappropriate for a sports reporter. Some say that her clothing welcomes this kind of behavior.
What Are They Talking About?
This is exactly how I dress for work.