Hannah Storm’s ESPN Coworkers Unhappy with Her Wardrobe?
The wardrobe of Hannah Storm has been a topic of discussion for quite some time. ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser was suspended in February for comments he made about the way the Sportscenter anchor dresses. He said some things that were pretty inappropriate — such as “she looks like she has sausage casing wrapping around her upper body” — but Tony was just calling it like everyone sees it.
Obviously ESPN doesn’t have a problem with the way Hannah dresses, because she hasn’t changed a bit. As you can see in the photo to the right, she’s still sporting the same knee-high leather boot and tight-dress look while on camera. Like we said before, if the men at ESPN have to wear shirts and ties, it doesn’t seem appropriate for Storm to be able to dress like that.
According to The Big Lead, a source at ESPN says some of Storm’s coworkers were pretty shocked about the way she was dressed at the NBA opener the other night between the Celtics and Heat. One ESPN employee allegedly said, “Tony Kornheiser made her a martyr.” Sounds like somebody’s jealous.
I can certainly understand why some of Hannah’s fellow employees would feel like she’s getting special treatment. After the whole Kornheiser ordeal, people are probably afraid to speak up. However, I don’t work for ESPN and you know what that means? I don’t care. She can dress like that all she wants. I’m not going to say I prefer it, but…okay, I prefer it.