NBC Reporter Arrested After Leaving Party at Joe Amendola’s House

Kyle Scott —  December 20, 2011 — 1 Comment

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What on God’s Green Earth is going on?

TMZ is reporting that NBC correspondent Jay Gray, who was vying for the affection of Jerry Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, so he could win an exclusive interview with the rapist (why does Amendola keep granting interviews?!), was arrested for drunk driving… after leaving Amendola’s house… where the lawyer THREW A PARTY FOR THE MEDIA.

WHAT?

Someone get me Scott Paterno. This train is now an express to Ridiculous Town, and Scott needs to be aboard. 

Ladies and gentlemen, TMZ:

The Correspondent – Jay Gray — was invited by attorney Joe Amendola to watch the New York Giants game at his house on December 11.  Amendola invited reporters from other media outlets as well, all of whom were vying for an exclusive interview with Sandusky. 

One source familiar with the party tells TMZ … Gray got "really drunk" during the game.  Sometime after midnight, Gray left the party and began driving.  He was stopped by a Pennsylvania State Police officer for a traffic violation, which quickly turned into a DUI stop.    

 

WHAT? WHY?! 

Jerry Sandusky’s lawyer hosted a Giants gamewatch? First of all, he’s from Philadelphia– unacceptable, Joe. Second, really?

I’m at a loss for words. Why do I get the feeling this was like that weird party Tom Cruise went to in Eyes Wide Shut?

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One response to NBC Reporter Arrested After Leaving Party at Joe Amendola’s House

  1. TMZ is reporting that NBC correspondent Jay Gray, who was vying for the affection of Jerry Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, so he could win an exclusive interview with the rapist (why does Amendola keep granting interviews?!), was arrested for drunk driving… after leaving Amendola’s house… where the lawyer THREW A PARTY FOR THE MEDIA

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