Raptors cheerleader fired for nude photos Tuesday March 16, 9:32 pm ET (yahoo)
VANCOUVER, March 16 /PRNewswire/ - Nineteen-year-old Canadian dancer Lucie Marshal has been fired for appearing in website photos deemed inappropriate by her employer, NBA basketball team the Toronto Raptors according to Tony Edwards, a representative of Avenue Blue Entertainment.
Marshal, who has been a dancer since the age of three has been featured on the soft-core porn site www.lindseymarshal.ca since April, 2002. Marshal was hired by the Raptors as a member of the Raptors Dance Pak at the beginning of the 2003/04 season.
"She's obviously very upset with the team's decision" says Avenue Blue rep Tony Edwards. "Lucie viewed her Raptor's dancing as a great opportunity to advance her career. The website was a way to fund her ambitions to become a professional dancer."
Originally from Medicine Hat, Alberta Lucie went by the name Lindsey Marshal on the website.
She's kinda cute, I guess. I'm partial to the shower pic, but I'm always partial to women wearing the fewest clothes and the most water possible.
I'll go ahead and be the first pig to actually rate the freakin' pics... 5/10 for the first two, 8/10 for the shower pic.
Now, regarding the Raptors firing her. Their indignance would be a hell of a lot more interesting to me if it weren't quite so covered in crap. So, the chick's naked. Was she doing anything offensive? Anyone here offended by any of those pics?
If not, then what's the big freakin' deal?
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In the first two rounds (and maybe the next round), there's a "host school" for each subregion.
But, doesn't it seem weird that since these are "neutral site games," they're playing on a court with another team's logo.