Seemingly every member of the sports media had something to say about the Thursday Night Football brawl involving Myles Garrett swinging his helmet at Mason Rudolph. Some things are better left unsaid, or at least not shared with 162,000 Twitter followers.

Shortly after the game, Josina Anderson tweeted, “I would bet Myles Garrett will say he heard Mason Rudolph call him something egregious. Never seen Garrett act like that, ever.”

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According to The Spun, that wasn’t her only controversial tweet on the incident:

She also shared an image from the fight with the following message: “What word be used to describe this if an NFL player grabbed a female’s private parts in a non-consensual way? Pause. Would that be assault? Male or female, this non-consensual act right here is beyond invasive, provoking and wrong.”

Anderson apologized on Saturday.

“Mistakes need to be owned, and I will own mine here,” she wrote on Twitter. “With the benefit of additional angles, it’s clear my tweet misinterpreted one of the photos taken during the brawl. That’s my fault, I apologize. My goal is to always be completely accurate and fair.

“As I noted, that tweet was a mistake, as such it’s removed from my timeline.”

The tweets are removed from her timeline, but at least one was captured in a screenshot:

Garrett has been suspended indefinitely and will not return for the remainder of the 2019 season or any Cleveland playoff games. He issued his own statement and apology on Friday through Browns public relations.