Like H.L. Mencken said “no one ever went broke underestimating the taste and intelligence of the American public.
Disgraced and sex scandal ridden former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones is now cashing in on her breaking the law by getting her own reality series. It’s very likely that if it was a 27-year-old man pleaded guilty to having sex with his 17-year-old female student he wouldn’t be given a TV show; he’d be metaphorically strung up.
From the Daily Mail:
Sarah Jones, 27, has been accused of ‘cashing in on her crime’ after the creators of Jersey Shore, 495 Productions, reportedly approached the Kentucky woman about the program.
The show will centre around Ms Jones and presumably Cody York, her much younger boyfriend, whom she recently admitted to having sex with when he was a minor, after vehemently denying it.
The cheerleader’s ex-husband Nathan Wilburn and his family have hit out at plans for the show, which is scheduled to air on the cable channel Oxygen
Remember, Sarah Jones originally lied to police and denied the existence of the affair before pleading guilty and coming clean.
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