The Chick Who Posted A Stealth Selfie With Julian Edelman After Banging Him Has Officially Been Blacklisted From Boston Clubs

We live in a world where we can’t eat dinner without posting a picture of it on Instagram, can’t  raise our children without bringing our 1,473 Facebook friends along for the ride, and can’t enjoy a concert without putting our phones up in the air for the entire set. I know I sound like Clint Eastwood from Gran Torino, but honestly, get off my fucking lawn!

The Age of the Overshare has taken on new depths after a Bostonian chick named Sabrina Dudish banged Patriots’ slot receiver Julian Edelman after meeting him at the club, weaseled a selfie while the Super Bowl champion was sleeping, captioned it ‘Just fucked Edelman no lie’ and posted it as her TINDER PROFILE PICTURE! “Hey, I’m looking to meet a guy, here’s another guy I fucked!”


Sabrina likely thought the picture would bolster her social status and Boston-area dudes would be lining up to wine, dine, and potentially bone the chick who banged their city’s beloved football star.

That was not what happened.

Sabrina was essentially blacklisted, a petition sparked by Boston club owner Michael Winter. He wrote on Facebook:

In many years I haven’t BLACK LISTED anyone from the nightclubs. YOU ARE BLACK LISTED “86’d” so stay in Metro West. Putting Edelman on Blast during celebration…. Btw you’re a 5 if that and he was blackout. I’m sure I speak of behalf of many Boston Industy ppl to not show your face in this city.

Sabrina then went on damage control and apologized, but the damage had already been done:

I made a mistake. I feel really bad about it… He passed out and I was bored I guess. I was drunk … and I made a mistake and I feel terrible about it.

Moral of the story: keep your friends close, but your celebrity conquests closer.

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.