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Jay Mariotti: Around the Horn at the Jailhouse


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I'm going to try to avoid joining the worldwide schadenfreude party, but I think we should all see what Jay Mariotti thinks about athletes that beat people up.

Archive: Jay Mariotti Decrying Domestic Violence

Of particular significance is the last item in that archive, written just one week before Mariotti's visit to the pokey for felony domestic assault, in which he bloviates that Bud Selig isn't tough enough on players who committ violent acts.

I wonder if, in the coming weeks, Jay Mariotti will think AOL and ESPN are tough enough.

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So am I the only person in this thread who wouldn't recognize Jay Mariotti if he sat down next to him and started domestically assaulting him?

Add me to the list. I'm cool like that too.

I wish I didn't know who he is. Will that get me a seat at the cool guys table?

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So am I the only person in this thread who wouldn't recognize Jay Mariotti if he sat down next to him and started domestically assaulting him?

Add me to the list. I'm cool like that too.

I wish I didn't know who he is. Will that get me a seat at the cool guys table?

Only if you also give me your Butterscotch Krimpets.

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  • 3 weeks later...
Los Angeles city prosecutors have charged AOL Fanhouse sports columnist Jay Mariotti, a regular panelist on ESPN's Around The Horn, with seven misdemeanors in connection with a domestic disturbance last month involving his girlfriend, officials said Monday.

Charges include two counts of domestic violence with injury, two counts of domestic violence, one count of grand theft, one count of false imprisonment and one count of vandalism.

Mariotti is to be arraigned Friday at the downtown Los Angeles criminal courts building.

Mariotti originally was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic assault. He was released from jail on $50,000 bail. But the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said there was not enough evidence to charge him with a felony.

In the past, he wrote a sports column for the Denver Post and the Chicago Sun-Times.

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