Porn star Bibi Jones has become a media sensation after posting a photograph of her with New England Patriots' tight end, Rob Gronkowski.

One photo, which depicted Jones wearing Gronkowski's jersey while standing next to a shirtless Gronkowski, spread like wildfire on Twitter and other social networking sites.

Eyebrows rose over the 22-year-old player flagrantly touting his canoodling with a porn star.

How did she develop this relationship, might you ask?

The matchmaker-agent who set her up with Gronkowski and multiple other professional athletes has now been named.

Sources are pointing to Terry Bross of Phoenix-based Gaylord Sports Management, according to CBS Sports and Biz of Baseball.

Bibi Jones had said in a Boston radio interview that an agent in Phoenix would kind of use me to get baseball players to sign him as an agent.

The agent, presumably Bross, would set her up with players and then some of those players would then enter into a business relationship with said agent.

Jones claims she has slept with over 10 baseball players that Bross introduced her to. These encounters all occurred in 2010.

One of the players she claimed to have relations with, Dan Uggla of the Braves, is represented by Bross.

However, this is the only client Bross signed during 2010, despite the possible attempts at luring them in with Bibi.

Business Insider reports that Bross declined to comment on the allegations through GSM's lawyer last night.

Now the scandal is not so much Gronkowski hanging out with porn stars as it is what exactly was the nature of Bross' relationship with Bibi Jones.

Some insinuate that it was a highly questionable business tactic and that Bross was using her for profit.

Jones, a porn star who has appeared in films such as Naughty Nanny 3 and Lesbian Seductions 35, insists she didn't really look at it like that,

I haven't done that in a year. But he would just take me to a bar and introduce me after a Diamondbacks game in Arizona, she told Business Insider. You know, baseball players would come and I'd introduce myself. And then I got to hook up with baseball players and have fun. It was like a dream come true because I love athletes and baseball's my favorite sport.

Jones was never paid by Bross. She viewed the relationship she had with him as a social one, not a business one.

Some believe that this all may be just one big publicity stunt for Gronkowski, who is a rising star in football right now.

Barstool Sports sums it up like this: It's Gronk's world, we're just living in it.