NFL Player Says Right To Privacy At Stake In ESPN Tweet Row

By Allison Grande (May 5, 2016, 9:15 PM EDT) -- NFL player Jason Pierre-Paul on Thursday came out swinging against ESPN's assertion that one of its reporters was warranted in tweeting a photo of the athlete's medical records due to the story's newsworthiness, telling a Florida federal court that the stance threatened to decimate public figures' right to privacy.

In his brief in opposition of ESPN Inc.'s April 7 motion to dismiss, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul adamantly defended the strength of his suit, which accuses the media outlet and its reporter Adam Schefter of encroaching upon his privacy rights when Schefter obtained and blasted out to his nearly...

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