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Michelle Beadle Denies Telling Aaron Rodgers “I Just Wanna Get F***ed” After ESPYs

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/15/2011
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Rumors began swirling about Michelle Beadle’s after-ESPY party antics where she reportedly told Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers “I just want to get f***ed”. 

ESPN brass summoned Beadle into their offices in order to address the rumors, according to Deadspin.com.

Small children under the age of 18 and others easily offended should stop reading at this time.

From Deadspin.com: 

According to Beadle, John Walsh, ESPN's executive vice president, had asked Keegan to meet with Beadle to address the rumors. Keegan told Beadle that co-workers had accused her of being drunk and using drugs at the ESPY after-parties. Keegan also asked if she had said anything inappropriate to Rodgers at a nightclub where the two had been seen together.

"I saw and talked to Aaron the first night I was there," Beadle said. "I don't know the guy or anything, but we [she and her girlfriends] were hanging out with him. But Marcia (ESPN Vice President of Content Integration and Strategic Planning) told me that she heard I had apparently blurted out in front of him, 'I just wanna get fucked' very loudly."

Annoyed and incensed at this point, Beadle demanded that Keegan tell her which of her Bristol colleagues had spread the rumors. She wanted to get a lawyer, she told Keegan, and sue whomever it was for slander. Keegan did not tell her, and Beadle calmed down and resumed her Bristol duties, certain that this incident was behind her. Until, of course, we heard about the rumors and received confirmation that she had been approached by one of her bosses about it.

Sources close to Deadspin claim that Beadle was “hammered” and, at one point, “put the moves on Aaron Rodgers”.

She instead decided to run off and have sex with Rodgers teammate Clay Matthews, according to this source.

"That's insane," Beadle said. "I live a much more interesting life in other people's minds."

She denied everything to Deadspin.com.

“I've never been the type to be sloppy drunk in public,” she insisted.  “I'm 35! I know how to drink."

 

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