Found March 25, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
Poor Audris Rijo. The girlfriend of Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Jonathan Sanchez had a rough Sunday night on the Univision reality show, Nuestra Belleza Latina 2013. Word of naked Rijo photos has rocked the reality show and sent viewers into a frenzy to find the goods. (We know, because thousands of Internet users were flocking last night to BC.) It was announced right here last year that Sanchez, once a promising left-handed pitcher with the Giants (13-9 in 2010), was in a relationship with the bikini model. Little did we think that NSFW would send Univision into a frenzy. According to Univision (via Google translation): And the Dominican Audris was who admitted posed nude, a past mistake can happen to anyone. However, the statuesque participant Nuestra Belleza Latina was supported by their partners and, above all, of the drivers of Salt and Pepper , who agreed with her, saying that these images do not alter its essence as a person, in the end, is what should weigh in the beauty contest. Of course we found the naked Rijo photos. They’re really not that big of a deal, considering how everyone in Latin America is naked all the time. Since when was the Mexican TV world rocked by naked modeling photos taken by a professional photographer? Is Mexico getting soft on us? Unreal.   Filed under: Baseball, Girls
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