“I’m not saying anything,” Reynolds said as she
walked into Whiskey’s, a Boston bar, on Thursday for a promotional appearance
as a packed house - mostly men - got the chance to have a picture taken with the
stunning coed, who was wearing a skin-tight black cocktail dress.
But her escort, Barstool Sports publisher Dave Portnoy,
called any objections from BC officials to her photo spread “ridiculous.”
Reynolds is on the cover of the magazine and has a full
page devoted to her inside with a half-dozen R-rated photos and a Q&A
interview (she wants to be a stay-at-home mom and “likes the little dimples in
the small of my lower back).”
Jack Dunn, spokesman for BC, told the Herald that while
the law school “reserves the right to discipline students for inappropriate
conduct, it does not believe that this incident rises to that level. We trust
that our law school students can make appropriate judgments on their own.”
But her fellow law school students are the ones turning
up the morality on the model.
“It’s all jealousy,” said state Sen. Scott Brown
(R-Wrentham), and he should know.
Brown, a BC law grad, said he paid for his education at
the Heights 25 years ago by posing nude after being declared one of America’s
sexiest males by Cosmopolitan magazine.
“She should be proud of how she looks and stick to her
guns,” Brown told the Herald yesterday. “Probably what BC is upset about is
her use of the BC logo.”
Brown, father of former “American Idol” finalist
Ayla Brown, who also attends BC, said his “beefcake” photo spread in
Cosmo’s June 1982 edition pictured him in the buff with his hands and arms
“It was a great time of my life,” he said, adding
the $2,000-a-day salary he collected for “many days” was worth all the
As for Reynolds, she wouldn’t say if she’s being
paid. But that hasn’t stopped the critics.
“A percentage of the student body felt (her pictorial)
didn’t reflect the standards of professionalism and morals at BC law,” said
Austin Evers, a first-year law student who works for the school’s
Josh Lunt of the Daily News Tribune and Kerry Purcell
of the Herald contributed to this report.