Baltimore Ravens star Matthew Judon of the National Football League (NFL) threatened the journalist who portrayed him harshly by publicly taking photos of him in a strip club.
The American player threatened ESPN.com reporter Jamison Hensley on social media.
Jamison Hensley, I look forward to your apology. Otherwise, I will share your photos in the strip club “- Matthew Judon wrote in a post that was later deleted.
One According to Danish BT In another article, the NFL player also described that Hensley must apologize to him, otherwise he would tell the reporter’s wife that her husband was unfaithful to her.
Hensley wrote an article about the Ravens offering Juton a long-term contract worth $16.5 million per year, but the player refused. According to the football player, the reporter lied and tried to paint him in the wrong color, so he responded with threats.
The 28-year-old athlete also asked Hensley to reveal his source.If you cannot confirm this, then we all think that you just came up with something from scratch”- Judun said.
The two parties texted each other on Twitter, and the news reporter also proposed to add Judon’s previous statement to the article to support its authenticity.
His employer stood by his own reporter for everything he did. ESPN said: “We support Jamison Hensley’s report, and Hensley added Matt Judon’s views in the article. In any case, the recent personal attacks are completely unnecessary.”