Model Kate Upton attended a New York Yankees game on May 31 and created a media frenzy as she posed for photographers from the stands.
The June 2013 Vogue cover girl was surrounded by friends in the Legends section and wore a Yankees cap complete with a white button-down shirt and white cut-off shorts. Putting her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue modeling skills to use, the 20-year-old posed for a number of pictures. tipping her hat to the side, dropping her hip and shoving her hand in her pocket.
Upton also tweeted about her experience at the game, posting a photo of a Yankees batter up to the plate and then another with her friends in the stands. The Florida native was cheering on the New York team, and she captioned the latter image, "Go Yankees." The model posed with a Yankee hat and different sets of lingerie and bikini sets for a photo shoot back in May.
New York took home a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox, stopping a season-high, five-game losing streak.
Upton was reportedly furious at Victoria's Secret for using her image in a recent catalog, months after the company slammed the model. A casting agent for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show denounced her looks in a New York Times. However, a source told New York Post's Page Six that the brand has now used an old photo of Upton wearing a VS bra on the back cover of a recent catalog, without the model's permission.
The photos were also reportedly taken in 2011, making them not even recent images of Upton.
VS casting agent Sophia Neophitou said about Upton, "We would never use Ms. Upton for a Victoria's Secret show."
"She's like a Page 3 girl," she continued, referring to voluptuous women featured in The Sun, a London tabloid, according to the article. "She's like a footballer's wife, with the too-blond hair and that kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy."