Hey, baby girl, no one cares that you are on TV. They don’t.
Or that you have a degree. Lots of people have degrees.
Or that you illegally parked your car causing it be towed then took your anger over that and your rock bottom self-esteem out on someone who was just doing her job.
What does matter is your apology, which was insufficient.
You see, baby girl, anyone – college degree and ESPN contract or not – can hop on social media and type out a sob story. People like you often have an assistant do it for you.
For all your ranting about what you think you have over the woman you berated, you lack something. A sense of moral courage and personal integrity. If you had those things you’d climb down off your pedestal and personally apologize to the woman you insulted. There are people living in trailer parks that may lack in terms of resume or appearance, but they aren’t the disingenuous coward you are.
You won’t personally apologize though. Not unless you can reap a windfall PR profit by doing it on the air or in an interview on a show like The View. You’re a college educated bit of eye candy that believes your own bs to the point that you actually see yourself as a TV star.
At the meeting you sat through at ESPN headquarters they explained how it was just a one week suspension, and that it would help get this behind you. That’s most important to someone like you isn’t it? That check in the box so we can all move on to something else?