Christopher Bumbaca USA TODAY Published 8:24 AM EDT Sep 20, 2019 Earlier this week, a woman told Sports Illustrated that while painting a mural at one of Antonio Brown's homes in 2017, the New England Patriots wide receiver made an unwanted sexual advance. She did not reciprocate, and Brown "ghosted" her without paying. Now, she's telling Sports Illustrated that she was included on a group text chain started Wednesday night by Brown, in which he accused the artist of fabricating the story and encouraged the other members of the chat to dig into her past. The woman's lawyer, Lisa J. Banks, sent a letter to the NFL on Thursday in an effort to terminate conduct "intimidating and threatening to our client, in violation of the NFL Personal Conduct Policy." Sports Illustrated reported that the NFL responded to the letter within an hour of receiving it and set up a phone call between the league and the artist's attorneys. Sports Illustrated … [Read more...] about Antonio Brown sends ‘threatening’ text messages to accuser
Lady sends 65000 texts
The woman accused of sending a man more than 159,000 text messages after a single date — including death threats and her desire to bathe in his blood — says it’s “ridiculous” that she’s been jailed without bail since last year. “I can’t believe that it turned into this,” Jacqueline Claire Ades told the Arizona Republic from Estrella Jail in Maricopa County prior to being found mentally incompetent to stand trial last month. “I can’t believe that I’m actually in jail over some text messages.” Ades, 33, of Phoenix, insisted the threats included among the 159,000 messages she sent a successful CEO in Paradise Valley after their date that was arranged on the millionaire matchmaking app Luxy — sometimes up to 500 in one day — were not to be taken seriously. The businessman, who has not been identified in court records, responded to Ades’ avalanche of texts for three months, she said, but stopped … [Read more...] about Stalker accused of sending 159K text messages doesn’t get why she’s in jail
Hey – sorry about chat. We're choosing a new chat software for us, so we're testing a few things. I hope we can make a decision and be back up and running next week. Dear Meredith, I have been struggling for the past couple of weeks to get over a short term fling. I met a guy out at a bar about three months ago, and it was a bit too serendipitous to believe (until it wasn't). We had great chemistry, electrifying banter, and genuine commonalities. It was added luck that we lived close to each other and that I didn't have to source through five horrendous dating apps to meet him. The only inconvenient aspect of our relationship was the timing, as I met him in September, so we were inevitably heading toward the holiday season and lulls of no face-to-face interaction. I took an international trip for 10 days, and when I came back, I tried to set up a time to meet with him, which he blew off because of work and asked to reschedule. We agreed to meet that weekend, but I never heard … [Read more...] about Should I send a text for closure?
HTV National Desk Published 6:25 am CST, Monday, January 7, 2019 >>10 tips for ditching a bad date >>10 tips for ditching a bad date Image 1 of / 14 Caption Close Image 1 of 14 >>10 tips for ditching a bad date >>10 tips for ditching a bad date Police: Woman sends 159K texts to man after date, threatens to 'make sushi' out of his kidneys 1 / 14 Back to Gallery A Phoenix woman accused of stalking a man she met on a dating site and sending him more than 65,000 text messages apparently sent more than twice that many. Jacqueline Ades sent a man more than 159,000 text messages — some of which were threatening — over the course of nearly 10 months, according to police records the Arizona Republic obtained via a public records request. The two went on a single date. The man, whose name has not been released, called the police after he … [Read more...] about Police: Woman sends 159K texts to man after date, threatens to ‘make sushi’ out of his kidneys
U.S. The University of Texas has concluded its investigation into state Sen. Charles Schwertner, finding the "available evidence" does not prove the Austin-area Republican sent sexually explicit text messages to a student in violation of school policy and federal gender equality law. In a report released Tuesday, lead investigator Johnny Sutton, a former U.S. attorney, said it was "plausible" that a third party had sent the messages after gaining access to Schwertner's accounts. Schwertner had told investigators he shared the login information with another person who may have been responsible for the messages. The lawmaker declined to identify the third party to investigators, however -- a fact Sutton noted in his report. "[Schwertner] has access to information that could allow a more definitive conclusion to this matter, but (he) is unwilling to share that information and the University lacks authority to compel him to investigate more fully," Sutton concluded, … [Read more...] about University Of Texas Concludes Probe Of State Senator Accused Of Sending Lewd Texts To Student