Tom Brady's Courtroom Sketch Artist Gets a Redo: See How the New Drawing Came Out
By Raphael Chestang
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Tom Brady had his day in court again on Monday and so did courtroom sketch artist, Jane Rosenberg, who was given a chance to redeem herself in the court of public opinion.
Rosenberg stepped into the forefront of Deflategate when her unflattering drawings of the Super Bowl winner went viral earlier this month. She only had five minutes to capture Brady's likeness on Monday as the hearing was brief, but she managed to pull off a drawing that was considerably closer to what the quarterback looked like.
"It was really a nightmare," Rosenberg told ET. "I had more practice, but I had way less time."
Previously, Rosenberg opened up to ET about the Internet memes poking fun at her drawings, saying at the time, "Some of them are funny, but some people are cruel as well. I've been getting a lot of cyberbullying. It's just bizarre."
Rosenberg has reportedly been a sketch artist for 35 years, and is ready to leave the spotlight.