And we’ve gotten to the point in DeflateGate where this is happening and good lord make it stop:

Rosenberg, in case you weren’t on the Internet on Wednesday or went Amish for a day or something, is the sketch artist who drew some highly impressionistic renderings of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during their settlement hearing in U.S. District Court.

Since then, she has been making the rounds (the above comments were made on Dan Patrick’s radio show) as her 15 minutes tick off the clock.

Rosenberg, whose other work can be seen here, has been a sketch artist for decades and has been on hand to document many other famous court cases, including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and cases involving Woody Allen, Martha Stewart, and John Gotti.

She seemed remorseful in a conversation with Vice, which makes the Patriots fans’ actions seem all the more loutish.

“Tell Tom Brady, I’m sorry. He’s a very good looking guy and if I didn’t make him look good enough, I’ll try harder next time,” she said.

When Jane Rosenberg's courtroom sketch of Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady hit the Internet, it triggered a meme firestorm now known as #BradySketch. (Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)