Let's see Jenn. At around 20 years of age, you are a college student but feel the need to get a boob job. Did you think that would help you in your Spanish class? Then, after you luckily are seen on a camera with the Brent Mustburger famous quote, you get some attention only for your looks and then you leverage that into photo shoots in Maxim and Playboy.
You use those looks to help you land a NY Jets gig as a "hostess". In every shot, you're dress screams cleavage. A famous football player sends you suggestive texts and voicemessages.
Now you can't get a job and all you want is to be taken seriously with the history of provocative dress. Got news Jenn. Being taken seriously starts with your brain and goes to your mouth.
Are you kidding? Nice job parenting Mr. and Mrs. Sterger.
I disagree with your opinion of this woman. The way I see it, this young woman wanted to maximize her ability to make money, so she had plastic surgery to increase her already natural good looks. The money she made modeling more than made up for that expense, so it sounds like it was a great business decision and shows incredibly sound thinking.
I'm not sure what her breasts have to do with Spanish class and I really don;t get that reference. If you are suggesting that students should not be models, I don't get it. I worked to pay my way through college, why can't she. Regardless, she was discovered nationally on ESPN, just as every other model was discovered by someone who thought she was beautiful. She parleyed that fame into further modeling jobs and made even more money. Then she was able to get a job as a "personality" with an NFL team. To me, everything she had done up to that point seemed like a great career move. she was making money at a job she enjoyed. What seems bad about this to you?
While at that team, she was the subject of harassment. She chose not to report that harassment and never made a single complaint to anyone, other than talking to her friends about her life. She just continued to do her job. Later, when her contract was not renewed, she did not sue alleging that her refusal to sleep with the star QB led to her not being brought back. Instead, she just kept on looking for work and moving on with her life. Later, when the NFL launched an investigation into that star QB, she cooperated. Now, she would like to pick up her life and move on.
She wants to make money as a public personality. While I would never want public fame, there are thousands of people who seek this profession. Its natural that she would go to media outlets to further her marketability. Again, this shows tremendous business sense to me. She was the victim of disgusting activity, and instead of rushing off to sue, showed that she can deal with it quietly. If I was in the sports media business, she is exactly what I would like working for me. she seems incredibly trustworthy and very bright.
I fail to see why her dress style impacts your ability to take her seriously. I've never thought she was anything other than 1) an incredibly sexy woman, 2) a sports fan and 3) an astute business woman. I take her very seriously, or at least as seriously as I take any person in the sports media/marketing business. I wish her all the best. I feel badly that this man treated her like he did. Some people think that just because a woman wears sexy clothing, you have the right to disrespect her. I do not.
As for her parentage, I think its clear that you and I know next to nothing about this woman and her parents. But based solely upon the little bit that I do know, I'd be proud if she was daughter. She seems like a young woman who does her job and lets jerks and their comments roll off of her. I think, from the little I have seen, that she was raised very well. I respectfully disagree with your opinion of her and her parents.
Again, another topic better fit for the "back porch."