12-29-2005, 01:22 AM
Anyone catch it? I think its headline story was just on!
12-29-2005, 01:45 AM
Acutally sounds like a little more has been going on there in the past few years....
OK, we have been reluctant to even mention this, but it's been out there for a while now, and you're probably going to hear about it sooner or later.
In fact, a lot of Arizona State fans have already heard the unsettling news.
A former ASU cheerleader has evidently decided to leverage the life skills she learned in Tempe into a career in, uh, the adult film industry.
We're going to leave her real name out of it for her family's sake, but she goes by the aliases Courtney Simpson and Cory Heart.
It's pretty sad, but making matters worse, she has brought the Sun Devils into it.
We'll leave the sordid details to your imagination, but there are photos and video of the woman plying her trade while wearing an ASU cheerleading outfit, or at least an exact replica.
There are shots of her cheering the ASU basketball team, and the girl is identified on at least one adult Web site as a "former Arizona State University cheerleader."
We're told by an ASU official that she was dismissed from the cheerleading squad, but not for the adult stuff, which apparently happened after she left in 2004-05.
Of course, we wondered if the school could take legal action.
"ASU vigorously protects its trademarks and intellectual property," spokesperson Terri Shafer said. "(ASU) will look into this matter and take appropriate action if it believes there is an issue of infringement."
We also found that cheerleaders are required to sign an agreement, which includes:
"I know that I am part of a team representing ASU and will therefore always try to present myself in the best interest of the university."
Maybe she glossed over that part.
Anyway, it only adds to the school's reputation as a sin den.
Playboy recently put ASU back into its list of the nation's top 10 party schools, several ASU coeds were pictured in the magazine's "Girls of the Pac-10" spread and it was only a few years ago that some fraternity members took part in taping a pornographic video.
"This film has no relationship to the university or its programs," Shafer said. "It reflects only upon those who created it."
That's how it ought to be, but is it any wonder that even folks working inside the walls darkly refer to the place as Always Something University?
12-29-2005, 11:50 AM
I have the video, I just need to render it and upload it to a web site. Unfortunately, I need to have the computer to do it, and the renderer shows the video. Not a good idea in front of the wife and kids...
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