Sorority Sister Rebecca Martinson Gets Job Offer From Scores After Vicious Letter Goes Viral

Over the past week or so, the Internet has had a ton of fun at Rebecca Martinson’s expense. The college student from Maryland sent a vicious and hysterical letter to her sorority sisters threatening to cunt punch them if they didn’t stop being such awkward and boring prudes during Greek Week. The diatribe got out, it was read by Michael Shannon and the comic genius/ possible psycho resigned from the very same sorority she was trying to protect. Luckily for her, however, there might be a silver and vaguely slutty lining to this mess.

According to TMZ, world famous gentlemen’s club Scores has extended a job offer to Martinson. They would like her to host several online events during the next year, and for her services, they will pay her very handsomely, starting with a ten thousand dollar bonus. Even better, she won’t actually have to do any stripping if she doesn’t want. Apparently her “girl next door looks and unique use of vocabulary” make her a perfect fit to interact with the guys who purchase the company’s online chat events.

Ex-Miss Delaware Melissa King was recently offered 250K to be YouPorn’s spokeswoman, and that job didn’t require any nudity either. There’s no word yet on whether Martinson will consider taking Scores up on its offer. On the one hand, it sounds like a pretty easy way to make a ton of money. On the other hand, I’m sure she might be a little embarrassed, and it certainly wouldn’t be the best publicity of all-time.

We’ll let you know what Martinson decides to do. Until then, feel free to read her brilliant letter and laugh your ass off.

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