Allison Stokke was an online sensation, but it turned her life upside down

[post_page_title]Their internet crush[/post_page_title]
As the first photograph took over the internet, many Allison Stokke fan clubs and websites made their way into the public domain.
These websites managed to uncover more and more photographs of the young pole vaulter and published them on their websites for men to fawn over. The men would often comment on these photographs, and maintained that the young sportswoman was their “internet crush.” These websites soon spiraled out of control, and Stokke found herself caught in the middle of this media storm.
[post_page_title]An international fan-base[/post_page_title]
Soon enough, the photo had made its way across the pond, and Allison Stokke soon had an international fan-base.

As her name continued to dominate websites and blog posts, her name was soon picked up by news stations and newspapers, including The Washington Post and The New York Times. News reports of her photograph and her fame were broadcast in Germany, the UK, and she had even made her way to Australia – where her story was featured on a popular talk show.

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