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Chennedy Carter And Chicago Chicago Sky Players Reports Harrassment Outside Team Hotel In D.C.

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On Wednesday, a man confronted Chicago Sky players outside their Washington, D.C. hotel, the day before their game against the Mystics. Four days earlier, Sky general manager Jeff Pagliocca reported that the man had approached the team with a camera, specifically looking for player Carter.

The team’s security de-escalated the situation without involving the police. Several players shared their experiences on social media. Angel Reese criticized the harassment, calling it “nasty work” and urging it to stop.

Isabelle Harrison mentioned that a teammate couldn’t even step off the bus due to the man’s presence. Michaela Onyenwere praised the security team’s response but noted that being harassed at the hotel crossed a line.

Brianna Turner, who wasn’t present during the incident, condemned the behavior and highlighted the broader issue of player safety, noting recent racial slurs and instability.

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