The Green Bay Packers are having a rough time after losing three straight games. The Packers quarterback is Aaron Rodgers, who happens to be Olivia Munn's boyfriend. It turns out some media outlets are putting the blame on the actress for the team's defeat.
According to CNN, ESPN reporter Rob Demovsky cited The Newsroom star for being an "off-field issue" in his story: "Five reasons why Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is struggling."
The actress won't have it and quickly called out Demovsky on Twitter: "Playing it fast & loose w/the journalism @RobDemovsky. Your professional skills are lacking... you must be having personal problems at home."
Munn also called out the Washington Post, Fox Sports, and "the other news outlets that followed suit" for using comments from fans in anonymous posts.
"The internet, and especially comment sections, allows people the freedom of anonymity. And there's that small group of people who use it as an opportunity to spew whatever hatred they want without fearing accountability or repercussions," Munn tweeted.
ESPN, Washington Post and Fox Sports have yet to comment.