Doorman, 41, was recruited a month ago from the Diamondbacks as the Mets’ new GM
Mets senior supervisor Jared Porter’s remaining with the group could be in peril following a report late Monday late evening showing he sent spontaneous messages and pictures to a female correspondent in 2016, finishing with an injection of an exposed, erect penis.
At that point working for the Cubs, sent the lady an unfamiliar journalist who had moved to the U.S. to cover Major League Baseball 17 pictures.
The initial 15 photographs were of a lodging and cafés. The sixteenth was of a lump in his jeans and the seventeenth was of an exposed penis.
Doorman recognized he had messaged with the lady, yet at first said he had not sent any photos of himself.
Given more proof he denied the express pictures were of himself, calling them “joke stock images.”
Doorman, 41, was employed a month ago from the Diamondbacks as the Mets’ new GM under group president Sandy Alderson.
“I have spoken directly with Jared Porter regarding events that took place in 2016 of which we were made aware tonight for the first time,” Alderson said in a statement.
“Jared has acknowledged to me his serious error in judgment, has taken responsibility for his conduct, has expressed remorse, and has previously apologized for his actions.”
“The Mets take these matters seriously, expect professional and ethical behavior from all of our employees and certainly do not condone the conduct described We will follow up as we review the facts regarding this serious issue.”
Doorman met the lady in a lift at Yankee Stadium in June 2016 and they talked momentarily the lone time they ever talked.