Agent Jason Wood Fired; Accused Of Filming Clients Showering

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Following a confrontation, Wood was sacked by the player, says the sports site, which added that there was an ongoing investigation into possible other allegations related to players being recorded at the Wood residence.

So what was Wood's alleged failing?

Accusations against the agent emerged after a baseball player who prefers to remain anonymous reportedly found a hidden camera in the bathroom while using the shower in Wood's home. After that alarming discovery he confronted the agent and fired him on the spot.

A top Major League Baseball player agent has been fired after allegedly being caught secretly filming clients while they showered according to reports.

FanRag Sports reported several unnamed players have fired CSE as its agency and noted how "other players (were) being filmed, with their identities being unknown".

Martoe's statement concluded by saying that unfortunately CSE Talent had aligned itself with an individual who did not uphold its standards, and it was therefore necessary for the company to end with cause Mr. "We take pride in working with people who represent these values", Danny Martoe, president of CSE Talent, said in the statement.

FanRag Sports reported a player, whom it did not identify, discovered the camera while using a shower at Wood's home.

Wood's known clients include big leaguers such as Andrew Benintendi, Jake Odorizzi, David Phelps, Ryne Stanek and Cody Asche, as well as minor league prospects such as Riley Pint, Joey Wentz, and Mitch Keller.

The allegations that have surfaced today are absurd and untrue. "I am disappointed that there are those who have chosen to spread such irresponsible and harmful rumors".

A player agent who was sacked for allegedly using a hidden camera to record at least one client showering in his house called the claims "absurd and untrue".