Nov 302009
 
 November 30, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Online

Paul Hoynes reports:

MLB is requesting that risque pictures of Indians center fielder Grady Sizemore be removed from the Internet site that posted them Sunday.

As of early Monday afternoon the pictures were still posted along with MLB’s request from its Department of Investigation to remove them.

Sizemore told The Plain Dealer on Sunday night that the pictures were intended for his girlfriend, but were stolen from an e-mail. Sizemore is reportedly dating Brittany Binger, a former Playboy Playmate.

In part, MLB’s e-mail to the website said, “The photos posted in the article cited below are the property of Grady Sizemore. They were stolen from a personnel (sic) computer. We’ve begun an investigation and request that you immediately remove Mr. Sizemore’s property from the posting.”

Read more in The Plain Dealer. The Cleveland Leader provides a slightly different report, indicating that the photos were stolen from Binger’s e-mail, not Sizemore’s. The e-mail, supposedly from Neil Boland, Department of Investigations for MLB to deadspin:

The photos posted in the article cited below are the property of Grady Sizemore. They were stolen from a personal computer. We’ve begun an investigation and request that you immediately remove Mr. Sizemore’s property from the posting. We also ask that you preserve any records associated with its submission in anticipation of a criminal complaint to be filed with local law enforcement.

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Of course, by now the photos have been mirrored on other sites.

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