Jaw-Dropping Tennessee Titans Sales Executive Announces Shocking Career Decision Following Her Arrest This Month

Photos of Tennessee Titans sales exec Mary Kate WichalonisTennessee Titans sales exec Mary Kate Wichalonis (Photo via marykatewichalonis/IG)

Mary-Kate Wichalonis, a relatively new Tennessee Titans hire, has made a significant career decision following her arrest earlier this month.

Wichalonis was taken into police custody after an altercation with a security guard following an attempt to sneak her boyfriend into a bar without his ID. She could have gotten away with a citation but refused to let herself get fingerprinted, so the cops charged her instead.

Now, she’s going to have to give up her “dream job.”

The Tennessee Titans sales executive has told OutKick she is resigning from her post with the team five months removed from her appointment.

“I’m honestly devastated about all of this,” she said. “What happened was truly not my character at all. I do appreciate the article you guys put out, it was probably the only positive one.”

Mary-Kate Wichalonis Has No Idea What’s Next For Her After Losing Her “Dream Job” As An Exec For The Tennessee Titans

Mary-Kate celebrated landing the job of her dreams with the Titans earlier this year but lost it after one bad decision that spiraled into several more.

She had her mugshot taken, and once Scoop Nashville got their hands on it, things got out of control, as reports came in everywhere.

She told the publication she has no idea what’s next but plans to look for a job in Nashville or Atlanta, as she hails from the latter.

“I have my lease here in Nashville, so as of right now I’m staying and looking for a job either here or back at home in Atlanta with a lesson learned,” she said.

A sad situation indeed, but the lesson could prove to be a valuable one later on.

NFL Ordered To Pay Fans And Sports Bars Billions Of Dollars After Losing Lawsuit Over ‘Sunday Ticket’ Prices

NFL Sunday Ticket signage and Roger GoodellNFL Sunday Ticket signage and Roger Goodell (Photos via nflsundayticket_/IG & Getty Images)
The NFL has been ordered to fork billions out in payouts after a Los Angeles jury sided with the plaintiffs in the antitrust lawsuit involving the league’s ‘Sunday Ticket’ service.

Commissioner Roger Goodell testified last week, arguing that ‘Sunday Ticket’ is a premium service and should be treated like one.

However, he couldn’t get a jury to agree with him.

According to Front Office Sports, which cites legal reporter Meghann Cuniff, the league must pay $4.7 billion to fans who signed up for the streaming service, as well as an additional $96 million to sports bars claiming they were overcharged for the subscription.

ESPN Wanted To Offer ‘Sunday Ticket’ At An Affordable Price

The pertinent lawsuit claimed the NFL inflated the ‘Sunday Ticket’ prices by selling it to YouTube instead of platforms that would have made it more affordable.

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