You may remember Selena Roberts from her days at The New York Times, where she became notorious for her crusading columns about the Duke lacrosse rape case. Or maybe you know her from her stint as a senior writer at Sports Illustrated, where she was part of the rotation that replaced Rick Reilly in the magazine's…
Mike McNeil, the central figure in Selena Roberts's much-bruited story about the University of Auburn football program, has pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery. He will serve at least three years in prison, nothing like the 21-years-to-life sentence he'd faced on the original charges. That brings to a close the…
This is just cold: "As of Wednesday afternoon, the book ranked No. 2,904 on Amazon.com, where even James Frey's discredited memoir A Million Little Pieces- at 1,776 - is outselling it." Another "W" for Howard Rubenstein! [USA Today]
This week's Deadcast guest is Selena Roberts, the author of A-Rod and columnist for SI. Did you know Selena is the daughter of hoboes? It's true!
The armchair Kakutanis of the world have weighed in on Selena Roberts' bildungsroman, and their verdict is a resounding "nay." This apparently has something to do with, you guessed it, the Duke lacrosse rape case.
Selena Roberts' Alex Rodriguez tell-all finally hits the bookshelves today, but all the goodwill she received from her journalism colleagues after breaking the steroid story to end all steroid stories has completely vanished.
You think you're sick of hearing about A-Rod now? You haven't seen anything yet. Selena Roberts' book A-Rod is set to be released tomorrow and the media outrage machine is just getting warmed up.
You didn't think the NY Daily News would give up all their secrets did you? Sure, they leaked plenty of juicy details from "A-Rod": The Book yesterday, but there's more where that came from.
A-Rod played in an intrasquad scrimmage today (he homered!) and answered the charges leveled at him in the New York Daily News today. Oh, I'm sorry—refused to answer that charges. Yes, that's what I meant.
You may have dozed off during Alex Rodriguez's excessively long ESPN interview, but did you catch that part where he accused Sports Illustrated's Selena Roberts of stalking him and his family?