Well, that's where the class issue comes in (read: inequality of power). These are college athletes from well-to-do families, attending a well-to-do school. She's an impoverished black woman who has to resort to stripping to get by. So your analogy to Ms. mini-skirt isn't entirely appropriate.
I think ODH's complaint is based on their appearance of standing on high moral ground. If I, with my education, and my nice clothes fancy car, were to occasionally head to the poor part of town (all very "legal"), and a "love-child" came out of this, and I was sued for child support, and the DNA tests came back in my favor, it probably would be inappropriate for me to run around in a suit (contrast the media pictures of the boys and the girl and the disparity in their respective appearances) at a press conference, taking shots at the "gold-digging" woman and her lawyer--even if I was "right".