Julia Rose, Lauren Summer banned indefinitely after flashing Gerrit Cole at World Series
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Julia Rose, Lauren Summer banned indefinitely after flashing Gerrit Cole at World Series

By Jaclyn Hendricks

Shagmag founder Julia Rose and brand executive Lauren Summer have been banned indefinitely by Major League Baseball after flashing Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole during Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night.

Taking to social media early Monday, Rose and Summer shared the letter they had received, which noted a violation of rules of fan conduct.

“During the game, you violated the fan code of conduct by exposing yourself during the 7th inning, in order to promote a business,” the letter read.

Julia Rose, Lauren Summer banned indefinitely after flashing Gerrit Cole at World Series

It appears the women were promoting breast cancer awareness.

League spokesperson Michael Teevan confirmed to USA Today that the women had been banned, noting MLB “distributed a letter to the individuals in question, and the letter set for an indefinite ban for each.”

Fellow attendee Kayla Lauren, who also sported a yellow Shagmag T-shirt at the game, later posted a bathroom selfie seemingly following the incident.

“Just got kicked out of the World Series. In police HQ bathroom still gotta get that birthday selfie,” she shared on her Instagram story.

The interruption didn’t appear to deter the Astros, who went on to defeat the Nationals7-1. Houston now leads the series 3-2.