The Washington Football Team’s co-owner insisted Wednesday that the past year has been a “nightmare” — because her kids caught flack for the teams’ recent scandals and their less-than-stellar on-field record.
Speaking out for the first time since the team’s “toxic” culture was exposed in July, Tanya Snyder blamed the media for reporting the story — telling The Adam Schefter Podcast she was “horrified” by the backlash her family endured.
“It’s been one of the most difficult years for me, Dan and our family’s lives,” she said in the interview, referencing her billionaire husband and team co-owner, Daniel Snyder.
“It’s hard. I get a lump in my throat. It’s a cross between a crime show and a nightmare movie,” she whined about the public relations disaster.
Snyder, 54, who became the team’s co-CEO in June, moaned that her kids, who are in their teens and 20s, faced some teasing over an NFL investigation that found sexual harassment