The Lisa Olson Incident, 20 Years Later: Today is the 20th anniversary of the Lisa Olson incident in the New England Patriots locker room, when the female Boston Herald sportswriter was sexually harassed by players Zeke Mowatt, Robert Perryman and Michael Timpson. Mowatt walked up to her while he was nude and fondled his genitals as she was interviewing a teammate. Olson said Mowatt told her, "Is this what you want? Do you want to take a bite out of this?" and she described the incident as "premeditated mind rape." Then-team owner Victor Kiam II falsely claimed that she once followed another team's player into the shower and reportedly called her a "classic bitch" (which he denied). Olson settled a lawsuit against the team, and after receiving hate mail, death threats and having her home burglarized, she moved to Australia to work for one of her employer's other newspapers. Today, Olson's a columnist for AOL FanHouse and Mowatt runs a janitor service. Kiam died in 2001. "Every female sports reporter has her stories," writes Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel sportswriter Lori Nickel. "I won't bore you with mine. But I will tell you that, when they happened, I didn't tell the teams, I told a few friends, I didn't tell colleagues at the Association for Women in Sports Media -- because I felt I needed to be tough and handle it on my own."