Former New York Yankee star Alex Rodriguez mentioned Monday he does not intend to pursue authorized motion over the unflattering toilet image taken of him final month inside his New York Metropolis house — however he did say he plans to put money into some new blinds.

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A-Rod appeared to lastly tackle the invasive snap throughout an interview with FOX5’s “Good Day New York.”

“I’m definitely not suing,” he mentioned earlier than including he intends to go purchasing for new window therapies within the close to future.

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ALEX RODRIGUEZ MAY HAVE A TOUGH TIME PURSUING LEGAL ACTION OVER VIRAL TOILET PIC

“It’s what it’s. I’ve to put money into some good blinds and I believe I’m,” he mentioned.

Page Six first reported last month that a picture of Rodriguez with his pants down, texting while on the toilet was snapped just outside his $17.5 million Park Avenue apartment.  (ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images)

Web page Six first reported final month {that a} image of Rodriguez together with his pants down, texting whereas on the bathroom was snapped simply outdoors his $17.5 million Park Avenue house.  (ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Pictures)

Rodriguez mentioned his workforce continues to be investigating the image to keep away from an identical incident from taking place to another person.

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“I’m happier that it was me than it was my higher half or one of many youngsters, then I’d’ve been actually…,” he mentioned earlier than reducing himself brief. “It was a very bizarre factor.”

Web page Six first reported final month {that a} image of Rodriguez together with his pants down, texting whereas on the bathroom was snapped simply outdoors his $17.5 million Park Avenue house.

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Rodriguez’s resolution to not pursue authorized motion within the occasion they catch the peeping tom could possibly be due to New York’s lenient privateness legal guidelines which might make it exhausting for him to carry the case earlier than a decide.

Regardless of the invasion of privateness, Rodriguez joked that the photographer might have caught the previous athlete in his finest state: “The one factor is, I really do my finest considering there however I wasn’t prepared for that image.”

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