Tuesday, March 8, 2016

"Fresh Information" in Katina Powell's Story About Louisville

According to reports, ESPN has conducted new interviews with Katina Powell, the self-proclaimed stripper who wrote the book 'Breaking Cardinal Rules' about the Louisville men's basketball program.

WDRB says the new interviews will air Sunday at 10:00 p.m. on ESPN2 during "Outside the Lines."

ESPN reporter John Barr says people will want to watch because the story has "some fresh information."

Here are details from WDRB.com:

ESPN reporter John Barr interviewed Katina Powell and her attorney Larry Wilder in downtown Louisville late Tuesday morning. The network rented the 10th floor ballroom at the Seelbach Hotel and used a four-person production crew for the session.

Barr said the interviews will air at 10 a.m. Sunday on ESPN2 during “Outside the Lines.” Barr said the story had “some fresh information,” but would not say what information would be included in the report.

“People will want to watch,” Barr said.

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Additionally, Powell met with the NCAA for more than two hours on Monday:

"Ms. Powell was contacted by the NCAA to meet to answer questions that have arisen during the course of the investigation," attorney Larry Wilder said. "It seems that the NCAA is looking to close some of the newly opened doors."

Powell first spoke with NCAA investigators in mid-November and has allowed them to review her personal journals and phone records, which served as the foundation for her tell-all book, "Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen."

"When the NCAA met with Ms. Powell, initially she gave them access to her journals in order to corroborate her prior statements," Wilder said.

Monday's meeting lasted 2½ hours, her attorney said.

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