Olivia Munn Goes On a Rant After ESPN Writer, Others Suggest Actress Is An ‘Off-Field Issue’ for Boyfriend Aaron Rogers

Olivia Munn is not too thrilled with how she was depicted by an ESPN writer, who suggested she is an “off-field issue” for NFL boyfriend Aaron Rogers, or the resulting media response.

After ESPN’s Rob Demovsky suggested in an article on posted on Thursday that the actress may be one of five possible reasons why the Green Bay Packers quarterback “is struggling,” Munn fired back.

“A longtime NFL agent told me recently that when he sees one of his top-performing clients play differently, as Rodgers has of late, the first thing he wonders is if something is going on in his personal life,” Demovsky wrote. “There’s no indication that Rodgers’ relationship status has changed. Lions reporters said they spotted Rodgers’ girlfriend, actress Olivia Munn, at Lambeau Field on Sunday. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that professional athletes have lives away from the field, and you never know what could be going on in their personal lives.”

The 35-year-old The Newsroom alum fired back in a tweet.

“Playing it fast & loose w/the journalism @RobDemovsky,” she tweeted back at him. “Your professional skills are lacking … you must be having personal problems at home.”

Several other media outlets, including Fox Sports and The Washington Post joined in the fray, siding for the most part with Demovsky, to which Munn continued to defend herself.


Olivia Munn found it particularly offensive that Fox and the Post used comments by a “fan” that she labeled a racist.


So what are your thoughts? Is Olivia Munn becoming a liability for Rogers or should everyone just back off?


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