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Second Honeymoon
05-26-2010, 12:29 PM
http://www.nypost.com/iphone/story.php?feed=/export/redesign/www/iphone/rss/gossip.xml&id=4.2.1835771121&pos=gossip_p6stories_01

from the gold standard in journalism, the New York Post

if the allegations are true I am kinda glad he isn't a Texan
he needed to turn that ho into a housewife and put a ring on that finger

I love women and strippers are awesome but you gotta be responsible
when you help bring a kid into the world you gotta be there for the child

haynes should be a Raider by the end of the week
the guy would help the Texans on the field but he has lost me now

I guess I should say Thanks to Smithiak

Dutchrudder
05-26-2010, 12:42 PM
Big Al is married already and has kids according to sports radio 610. THey described the accuser as an "exotic dancer from Brooklyn". lol...

TD
05-26-2010, 12:48 PM
$10M?????

Don't know the length of the relationship, but that may beat Paul McCartney in terms of PPF.

eriadoc
05-26-2010, 12:53 PM
For $10M, he could have bought that chic that Eliot Spitzer was (and still is, lol) paying for.

OzzO
05-26-2010, 01:37 PM
To quote some Kanye... "I ain't sayin' she's a gold digga...."

OR

"Yo Albert. Imma let you finish tappin' that, but nobody tapped it better than..."

...Salma Hayek look-alike Silvia Mena,who's nearly four months pregnant, says she met the 6-foot-6, 350-pound defensive lineman in Miami late last year....

Oh. Well, then...

:worthless:

(and not of Haynes)

El Tejano
05-26-2010, 01:43 PM
Okay, let me be clear: I agree with everyone who says that you have to be there for the child. I believe in marriage before sex too.
I also believe the kid is in line to inherit or even get whatever from Albert Haynesworth because of the simple bloodline.

However, does it cost 10mil to raise a child? Yes, we can argue that she will now be out of work for a while, doctor bills, hospital bills, plus diapers, food etc... I got three kids so I know. Yes he should own up to his responsibilities but it takes two and she should've been more responsible too right? Why 10 mil? I am raising 3 kids just fine on waaaaaaaaaay less than that.

badboy
05-26-2010, 01:51 PM
http://www.nypost.com/iphone/story.php?feed=/export/redesign/www/iphone/rss/gossip.xml&id=4.2.1835771121&pos=gossip_p6stories_01

from the gold standard in journalism, the New York Post

if the allegations are true I am kinda glad he isn't a Texan
he needed to turn that ho into a housewife and put a ring on that finger

I love women and strippers are awesome but you gotta be responsible
when you help bring a kid into the world you gotta be there for the child

haynes should be a Raider by the end of the week
the guy would help the Texans on the field but he has lost me now

I guess I should say Thanks to SmithiakDon't you think you ought to thank that tight wad McNair for not going after him?

badboy
05-26-2010, 01:55 PM
Okay, let me be clear: I agree with everyone who says that you have to be there for the child. I believe in marriage before sex too.
I also believe the kid is in line to inherit or even get whatever from Albert Haynesworth because of the simple bloodline.

However, does it cost 10mil to raise a child? Yes, we can argue that she will now be out of work for a while, doctor bills, hospital bills, plus diapers, food etc... I got three kids so I know. Yes he should own up to his responsibilities but it takes two and she should've been more responsible too right? Why 10 mil? I am raising 3 kids just fine on waaaaaaaaaay less than that.I think the child support is based upon reasonable expectation of what child would receive if father was in the home plus amount of income received by father.

The expectation for your child may be public school but a private school and tutors and security guards/transportation by limo for Hainesworth's children.

BigBull17
05-26-2010, 01:56 PM
http://www.nypost.com/iphone/story.php?feed=/export/redesign/www/iphone/rss/gossip.xml&id=4.2.1835771121&pos=gossip_p6stories_01

from the gold standard in journalism, the New York Post

if the allegations are true I am kinda glad he isn't a Texan
he needed to turn that ho into a housewife and put a ring on that finger

I love women and strippers are awesome but you gotta be responsible
when you help bring a kid into the world you gotta be there for the child

haynes should be a Raider by the end of the week
the guy would help the Texans on the field but he has lost me now

I guess I should say Thanks to Smithiak


Who are you and what did you do with Second Honeymoon...? Kidding. Haynesworth isnt a very good person. Hell of a player when motivated, but sleezy.

eriadoc
05-26-2010, 02:09 PM
Okay, let me be clear: I agree with everyone who says that you have to be there for the child. I believe in marriage before sex too.
I also believe the kid is in line to inherit or even get whatever from Albert Haynesworth because of the simple bloodline.

However, does it cost 10mil to raise a child? Yes, we can argue that she will now be out of work for a while, doctor bills, hospital bills, plus diapers, food etc... I got three kids so I know. Yes he should own up to his responsibilities but it takes two and she should've been more responsible too right? Why 10 mil? I am raising 3 kids just fine on waaaaaaaaaay less than that.

Nothing aside from the concept is fair about child support. Yes, every man or woman that is no longer at home parenting needs to contribute financially to the children's upbringing, but the implementation in this country is FUBAR.

Kulluminatii
05-26-2010, 02:21 PM
haynes should be a Raider by the end of the week

:cutthroat:
Pfft, he's probably signing on the dotted line as we speak.

gary
05-26-2010, 04:58 PM
I do not know if it was their goal to have a child together. Someone should have remembered teir rain gear.

b0ng
05-26-2010, 10:34 PM
Get it stripper person who is having a baby Haynesworth. She hit the lottery and anybody who hates on Child Support is a hater.

JB
05-26-2010, 10:36 PM
Can they be sure pre-birth whose the daddy? Is he like the only possibility? Really?

b0ng
05-26-2010, 10:43 PM
Can they be sure pre-birth whose the daddy? Is he like the only possibility? Really?

They gave her a lie detector test Maury Povich style.

JB
05-26-2010, 11:22 PM
They gave her a lie detector test Maury Povich style.

Yeah, well shit, I passed a lie detector too! Said I was 35...lol



:jk:

brakos82
05-26-2010, 11:24 PM
Yeah, well shit, I passed a lie detector too! Said I was 35...lol



:jk:

That's because you have dyslexia. :runaway:

JB
05-26-2010, 11:53 PM
That's because you have dyslexia. :runaway:

Or I lie! :kitten:

mexican_texan
05-27-2010, 01:15 AM
Truth be told...if that stripper gets that money, she'll be broke in 5 years.

mattieuk
05-27-2010, 03:41 AM
They gave her a lie detector test Maury Povich style.

Hopeful Mother : BUT MY BABY HAS HIS EYEBROWS! HE MUST BE THE FATHER!

Maury : And the results are in. Albert, you are not the father.

Albert (is eating a huge sandwich) : Woo! (Followed the Haynesworth sack dance and Albert walking off to find if there is anyone as dumb as Daniel Snyder to get a contract from),

Hagar
05-27-2010, 05:23 AM
Oh. Well, then...

:worthless:

(and not of Haynes)

Not bad, gotta Selma Hayek thing going on.

http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/tim//2010/05/26/girl2.jpg


http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/tim//2010/05/26/girl_6.jpg

Something tells me those have gotta be fake.

http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/000/238/242/sbb3_display_image.jpg?1274914389

TimeKiller
05-27-2010, 08:47 AM
How is it that you can willingly engage in sexual activities and then sue later over the result? For 10 mil no less?

I hate this country.

Blake
05-27-2010, 09:06 AM
This is why you never fool around with other girls. I guess you could double bag it, but can you really trust that they are taking the pill, or do some gold diggers just tell you they are taking the pill. BAM! 10 million gone.

badboy
05-27-2010, 09:17 AM
Truth be told...if that stripper gets that money, she'll be broke in 5 years."The job of the daddy is to keep momma off the pole!" Chris Rock

Dutchrudder
05-27-2010, 09:35 AM
Hopeful Mother : BUT MY BABY HAS HIS EYEBROWS! HE MUST BE THE FATHER!

Maury : And the results are in. Albert, you are not the father.

Albert (is eating a huge sandwich) : Woo! (Followed the Haynesworth sack dance and Albert walking off to find if there is anyone as dumb as Daniel Snyder to get a contract from),

http://lparchive.org/LetsPlay/Dirge%20of%20Cerberus/Update%2044/49-not_the_father.gif

Dread-Head
05-27-2010, 09:49 AM
Hey hey hey...it's FAAAAAT Albert...

BigBull17
05-27-2010, 09:59 AM
How is it that you can willingly engage in sexual activities and then sue later over the result? For 10 mil no less?

I hate this country.

Thats why you don't nail strippers. You know they want money. You know their gonna try and do this. Don't be an *****.

infantrycak
05-27-2010, 10:25 AM
How is it that you can willingly engage in sexual activities and then sue later over the result? For 10 mil no less?

I hate this country.

Yeah because a country where the rule is guys can just bang anyone with no protection and no consequences for the child would be so much better.

Seriously, enough with the I hate Texas, I hate this country stuff.

Dread-Head
05-27-2010, 10:26 AM
I'm tired of bimbos intentionally getting knocked up by pro athletes then acting as if they've won the lottery. They should CAP child support to $1000 a month. Yeah I know this SERIOUSLY is slanted to protecting rich guys, but let's be honest. Someone can raise a kid on 24K a year and to that end an ADDITIONAL $24K added to the income of a HEALTHY WORKING YOUNG WOMAN means she and the kid will be doing okay.
Getting impregnated by a celebrity shouldn't mean that you get a new Benz (because a Toyota can't possibly take your kid to school) a mansion (because a simple 2 bedroom house would be an affront to the kid of a guy with money) a designer wardrobe and an 18 year vacation. Here's an exta grand a month to raise our kid...keep working that brass pole ya opportunistic skank.

Dread-Head
05-27-2010, 10:28 AM
Thats why you don't nail strippers. You know they want money. You know their gonna try and do this. Don't be an *****.

Just once I want to hear of one of these girls suing a guy for paternity...to learn that he had a vasectomy. I'd literally laugh myself to DEATH.

gtexan02
05-27-2010, 10:32 AM
I'm tired of bimbos intentionally getting knocked up by pro athletes then acting as if they've won the lottery. They should CAP child support to $1000 a month. Yeah I know this SERIOUSLY is slanted to protecting rich guys, but let's be honest. Someone can raise a kid on 24K a year and to that end an ADDITIONAL $24K added to the income of a HEALTHY WORKING YOUNG WOMAN means she and the kid will be doing okay.
Getting impregnated by a celebrity shouldn't mean that you get a new Benz (because a Toyota can't possibly take your kid to school) a mansion (because a simple 2 bedroom house would be an affront to the kid of a guy with money) a designer wardrobe and an 18 year vacation. Here's an exta grand a month to raise our kid...keep working that brass pole ya opportunistic skank.

I dont know if you can raise a kid on $1,000 a month. Daycare alone is at least half of that + all medical, food, housing, etc.

I think all dads like this should be given the chance to split the raising duties 50/50. Split everything down the line with the mom and take responsibility. If they refuse, I have no problem cleaning him out for everything. 10 million or more, I dont care.

A guy who gets someone pregnant and then totally dumps all responsibility doesn't deserve sympathy. Its his baby too

infantrycak
05-27-2010, 10:34 AM
I'm tired of bimbos intentionally getting knocked up by pro athletes then acting as if they've won the lottery. They should CAP child support to $1000 a month. Yeah I know this SERIOUSLY is slanted to protecting rich guys, but let's be honest. Someone can raise a kid on 24K a year and to that end an ADDITIONAL $24K added to the income of a HEALTHY WORKING YOUNG WOMAN means she and the kid will be doing okay.
Getting impregnated by a celebrity shouldn't mean that you get a new Benz (because a Toyota can't possibly take your kid to school) a mansion (because a simple 2 bedroom house would be an affront to the kid of a guy with money) a designer wardrobe and an 18 year vacation. Here's an exta grand a month to raise our kid...keep working that brass pole ya opportunistic skank.

First off, $1000 per month is $12k per year.

Second, in many states there is a soft cap. Texas has a percentage up to a monthly net income cap. Above that the custodial parent has to show the child has special needs justifying additional amounts be paid.

Second Honeymoon
05-27-2010, 10:40 AM
dude needs to put a ring on that girl's finger. for him to treat her like garbage is just wrong.

those puppies are nice and she has a pretty face. definitely works at a high end NYC strip club.

when he knocked her up, he should have been a man and said 'alright lets do this. lets start a family.'

the guy gets a hot wife, he gets to be a father, and keeps his $10million.

oh wait, he is married, right? doh

maybe he could move to Utah and just practice polygamy...i know i would practice a lot more than polygamy on her. whew those are nice tits.

TD
05-27-2010, 10:41 AM
First off, $1000 per month is $12k per year.

Which is 50% of $24k.....There are two parents.

**EDIT** NVM...I see "additional" now.

BigBull17
05-27-2010, 10:42 AM
Just once I want to hear of one of these girls suing a guy for paternity...to learn that he had a vasectomy. I'd literally laugh myself to DEATH.

No kidding.

Mr. White
05-27-2010, 10:43 AM
Just heard about this story. Looks like Haynesworth pulled a "pump her and dump her" and then she wasn't able to reach him after she got pregnant.

I don't really blame her. What she's doing is standard operating procedure in this type of situation. Haynesworth is just too stupid to pay her off and keep her quiet like most pro athletes do.

Dutchrudder
05-27-2010, 10:48 AM
She's not going to get 10 million, but when negotiating you always start at the highest possible point and work to a compromise.

infantrycak
05-27-2010, 10:53 AM
Meant to point this out originally but forgot. The headline is jacked. You don't sue for a lump sum for child support, you sue for a monthly child support order. I guess the reporter is claiming she is seeking $48k a month for child support.

b0ng
05-27-2010, 11:11 AM
Should we just move this to NSZ because seriously, nobody is ever going to agree that child support is good/bad right/wrong left/right.

If you are making millions of dollars a year, then you need to do what is necessary to protect yourself from this sort of situation. If you want to go out and nail strippers without wearing your jimmy hat and then get them pregnant you better believe they are going after the golden egg. Whether it's right or wrong is not the issue, it's why the hell couldn't you do yourself the favor of puttin on the protection?

I hope she takes him for all he's worth because it's Albert Haynesworth and if there's anybody that deserves to get screwed over it's him.

gtexan02
05-27-2010, 11:26 AM
dude needs to put a ring on that girl's finger. for him to treat her like garbage is just wrong.

those puppies are nice and she has a pretty face. definitely works at a high end NYC strip club.

when he knocked her up, he should have been a man and said 'alright lets do this. lets start a family.'

the guy gets a hot wife, he gets to be a father, and keeps his $10million.

oh wait, he is married, right? doh

maybe he could move to Utah and just practice polygamy...i know i would practice a lot more than polygamy on her. whew those are nice tits.

I think them getting married would b ejust about the worst possible thing for this kid

Second Honeymoon
05-27-2010, 11:34 AM
I think them getting married would b ejust about the worst possible thing for this kid

i don't feel that way. these adults were able to have a sexual relationship and seemed to be friends outside of the club, so why not get married when the woman is expecting a child of yours? its the right thing to do and if you arent willing to go that far, stop releasing inside women and not wearing protection.

every child has a mother but every child needs a father. writing a check isn't enough....

...but all of this is for naught, because I believe hayno is married. in other words, your screwed. but he could do a helluva lot worse than that hottie. The only thing that scares me is the whole Brooklyn thing. I wouldn't want to hear a Brooklyn accent for the rest of my life. I got it hard enough with a woman with a Mississippi accent...no offense, honey....but a Brooklyn accent like Rosie Perez? omg I would beat that woman with a cane.

jk

BigTimeTexanFan
05-27-2010, 11:41 AM
i don't feel that way. these adults were able to have a sexual relationship and seemed to be friends outside of the club, so why not get married when the woman is expecting a child of yours? its the right thing to do and if you arent willing to go that far, stop releasing inside women and not wearing protection.

every child has a mother but every child needs a father. writing a check isn't enough....

...but all of this is for naught, because I believe hayno is married. in other words, your screwed. but he could do a helluva lot worse than that hottie. The only thing that scares me is the whole Brooklyn thing. I wouldn't want to hear a Brooklyn accent for the rest of my life. I got it hard enough with a woman with a Mississippi accent...no offense, honey....but a Brooklyn accent like Rosie Perez? omg I would beat that woman with a cane.

jk


It's better than a Boston accent. I certainly couldn't listen to that for the rest of my life.

Second Honeymoon
05-27-2010, 01:05 PM
It's better than a Boston accent. I certainly couldn't listen to that for the rest of my life.

brooklyn may be better..but not much better.

myself, i would prefer a beautiful English accent like Kate Winslet or Rhona Mitra....or the original chick from that gameshow Lingo. oh man, she was hotter than hot.

anywho, this is the NFL thread so....

wear a hat on that jimmy, hayno.

Mr. White
05-27-2010, 03:47 PM
I think them getting married would b ejust about the worst possible thing for this kid

Agreed. His last wife had to file a restraining order against him when they were getting divorced.

The real loser in all of this is the gene pool. The fact that this guy keeps spreading his demon seed is a bad thing for the human race at large.

Grid
05-28-2010, 10:48 PM
Bottomline.. if you go around sleeping with a bunch of girls, especially unprotected, and one of them gets knocked up.. you made your bed.

Saying that she is a gold digger and thinks she hit the lottery and is asking for too much money.. thats all irrelevant. She isnt the bad guy here. Haynesworth is the one that knocked her up.

You can make the argument that they are both equally responsible for the act.. and that is true.. but im old school... I believe that it is a mans job to deal with the reprecussions of his actions. If ya dont want to be up shit creek without a paddle, quit jumping into the freakin boat.


As to the amount that she is asking for.. I hope she gets it.. or more. That kid is going to be growing up without their father. At least they wont be growing up poor and without a father.

SheTexan
05-30-2010, 09:21 AM
Bottomline.. if you go around sleeping with a bunch of girls, especially unprotected, and one of them gets knocked up.. you made your bed.

Saying that she is a gold digger and thinks she hit the lottery and is asking for too much money.. thats all irrelevant. She isnt the bad guy here. Haynesworth is the one that knocked her up.

You can make the argument that they are both equally responsible for the act.. and that is true.. but im old school... I believe that it is a mans job to deal with the reprecussions of his actions. If ya dont want to be up shit creek without a paddle, quit jumping into the freakin boat.


As to the amount that she is asking for.. I hope she gets it.. or more. That kid is going to be growing up without their father. At least they wont be growing up poor and without a father.

I'm old school too Grid, BUT, it takes two to tango!! You choose a lifestyle like she chose and expect someone else to do the protecting?? I don't think so! There's numerous ways out there for a woman to protect herself against an unwanted pregnancy! The "blame" falls with both, JMO! I am in NO way defending this jerk either. Make him pay child support, but, in no way does she deserve 10 million bucks for her night of fun!

JB
05-30-2010, 09:31 AM
I'm old school too Grid, BUT, it takes two to tango!! You choose a lifestyle like she chose and expect someone else to do the protecting?? I don't think so! There's numerous ways out there for a woman to protect herself against an unwanted pregnancy! The "blame" falls with both, JMO! I am in NO way defending this jerk either. Make him pay child support, but, in no way does she deserve 10 million bucks for her night of fun!

Well put! People too often want to put the whole burden on the man, but by himself a man will never cause a pregnancy.

CloakNNNdagger
05-30-2010, 10:46 AM
Can they be sure pre-birth whose the daddy? Is he like the only possibility? Really?

Hopeful Mother : BUT MY BABY HAS HIS EYEBROWS! HE MUST BE THE FATHER!

Maury : And the results are in. Albert, you are not the father.

Albert (is eating a huge sandwich) : Woo! (Followed the Haynesworth sack dance and Albert walking off to find if there is anyone as dumb as Daniel Snyder to get a contract from),

I dare say that paternity has been CONFIRMED by now. You can test the baby's DNA (predelivery) against the father's DNA using a technique called amniocentesis. This can be generally performed during the second trimester of pregnancy, typically between the 14th and the 20th week of pregnancy. During an amniocentesis, an ultrasound machine is used to guide a thin needle into the uterus, through the abdominal wall. A small amount of amniotic fluid is withdrawn and tested for "child's" DNA.

SheTexan
05-30-2010, 06:02 PM
What Jean says is true, but, it's rarely used for DNA testing, unless you have mega bucks. MUCH to expensive and you can't force a "daddy" to consent to the test. Plus, as far as I know, insurance nor medicaid will pay for such test. Guess what? Usually the payment for such test falls on the "daddy." If he wants to prove he "ain't the daddy" before birth, he better be able to fork over some big bucks, which is no problemo for the rich and famous!:baby:

gary
05-30-2010, 06:23 PM
What Jean says is true, but, it's rarely used for DNA testing, unless you have mega bucks. MUCH to expensive and you can't force a "daddy" to consent to the test. Plus, as far as I know, insurance nor medicaid will pay for such test. Guess what? Usually the payment for such test falls on the "daddy." If he wants to prove he "ain't the daddy" before birth, he better be able to fork over some big bucks, which is no problemo for the rich and famous!:baby:
Both went into the act knowing full and well what might happen so she is just as much at fault as he is bottom line.

CloakNNNdagger
05-30-2010, 08:59 PM
What Jean says is true, but, it's rarely used for DNA testing, unless you have mega bucks. MUCH to expensive and you can't force a "daddy" to consent to the test. Plus, as far as I know, insurance nor medicaid will pay for such test. Guess what? Usually the payment for such test falls on the "daddy." If he wants to prove he "ain't the daddy" before birth, he better be able to fork over some big bucks, which is no problemo for the rich and famous!:baby:


Actually we have a genetics lab right across the hall. The DNA testing will be around $2000 and the amniocentesis sampling can be gotten for approximately an additional $2000. All you have to have is a well-backed contingency attorney to fund the test and wait for pay dirt..........and Fat Albert's DNA can easily and many times unknowingly be obtained by, for example, collecting a dinner napkin he has used or a glass, cup or bottle he has drunk from

gary
05-30-2010, 10:11 PM
Because the baby does belong to Albert untill we know otherwise he should at least be true daddy and I do not know about you but to me that means playing a normal role in his/her life. But I also don't agree 100 percent with suing Albert for ten million dollars because she also knew darn well what was up just like Albert knew ahead of time. That is what gets me.

CloakNNNdagger
05-30-2010, 11:17 PM
Because the baby does belong to Albert untill we know otherwise he should at least be true daddy and I do not know about you but to me that means playing a normal role in his/her life. But I also don't agree 100 percent with suing Albert for ten million dollars because she also knew darn well what was up just like Albert knew ahead of time. That is what gets me.


It's time that some people face fact...................wealthy sperm is expensive!:mcnugget:

StarStruck
05-31-2010, 12:21 AM
I place more of the blame on the wealthy man. If Albert wan't wealthy, I would bet that he could never have gotten a date with the woman in the first place. Too many times the pregnancies are planned and 100 percent about financial security for at least 18 years. In most cases more money than they would ever receive from employment. How many times to we read about well educated, high earning career women filing these types of claims? Example after example after example, a wealty dude that still chooses to have unprotected sex, imo, is not a victim. He should have never put himself in the position for someone that he has no intentions of building a life together to ask for $10 million dollars.

I doubt if she gets the $10 million negotiating request, but if it is proven that he is the father, she will certainly be able to choose if she prefers to work again in the coming years. And when she does, Albert has no one to blame but himself because he's been out there long enough to recognize game.

JB
05-31-2010, 12:28 AM
I place more of the blame on the wealthy man. If Albert wan't wealthy, I would bet that he could never have gotten a date with the woman in the first place. Too many times the pregnancies are planned and 100 percent about financial security for at least 18 years. In most cases more money than they would ever receive from employment. How many times to we read about well educated, high earning career women filing these types of claims? Example after example after example, a wealty dude that still chooses to have unprotected sex, imo, is not a victim. He should have never put himself in the position for someone that he has no intentions of building a life together to ask for $10 million dollars.

I doubt if she gets the $10 million negotiating request, but if it is proven that he is the father, she will certainly be able to choose if she prefers to work again in the coming years. And when she does, Albert has no one to blame but himself because he's been out there long enough to recognize game.

So, you are saying it's his fault because he allowed her to take advantage of him? :mcnugget:

StarStruck
05-31-2010, 02:00 AM
So, you are saying it's his fault because he allowed her to take advantage of him? :mcnugget:

Uh huh.

JB
05-31-2010, 02:02 AM
So, you are saying it's his fault because he allowed her to take advantage of him? :mcnugget:

Uh huh.

Wow!

awtysst
05-31-2010, 09:59 AM
I'm tired of bimbos intentionally getting knocked up by pro athletes then acting as if they've won the lottery. They should CAP child support to $1000 a month. Yeah I know this SERIOUSLY is slanted to protecting rich guys, but let's be honest. Someone can raise a kid on 24K a year and to that end an ADDITIONAL $24K added to the income of a HEALTHY WORKING YOUNG WOMAN means she and the kid will be doing okay.
Getting impregnated by a celebrity shouldn't mean that you get a new Benz (because a Toyota can't possibly take your kid to school) a mansion (because a simple 2 bedroom house would be an affront to the kid of a guy with money) a designer wardrobe and an 18 year vacation. Here's an exta grand a month to raise our kid...keep working that brass pole ya opportunistic skank.

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awtysst
05-31-2010, 10:03 AM
I'm old school too Grid, BUT, it takes two to tango!! You choose a lifestyle like she chose and expect someone else to do the protecting?? I don't think so! There's numerous ways out there for a woman to protect herself against an unwanted pregnancy! The "blame" falls with both, JMO! I am in NO way defending this jerk either. Make him pay child support, but, in no way does she deserve 10 million bucks for her night of fun!

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Kulluminatii
05-31-2010, 10:17 AM
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:shades:

Dutchrudder
05-31-2010, 12:34 PM
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:shades:

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Beer and Metal
06-02-2010, 11:59 AM
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:shades:

Oh, no! he's got the clap too?

Second Honeymoon
06-02-2010, 12:47 PM
an extra $1k a month for the kid? are you kidding me? you think it only costs $1k to raise a kid a month? you must not have kids. it costs a helluva lot more than $1k a month to raise a kid well. you know how much summer camps cost? little league? even girl scouts? its pretty steep. that $1k would barely cover a sitter. Haynesworth needs to pay up to this girl and she deserves it for having slept with a man who is such a scumbag that he would leave a girl to get on Medicaid to have his baby when he has upwards of $50+ million in the bank. Screw Haynesworth.

the bottom line is that a rich guy took advantage of a stripper and probably promised her a lot of stuff to be his 'boo'. then he got a little too comfortable with her and stopped wearing his connie (if he ever did in the first place) he then got her pregnant and pretty much left her standing alone when his irresponsibility made their relationship inconvenient.

she deserves everything she gets because if he slept with a woman unprotected and did his business inside of her, he has to accept responsibility for bringing a child into this world and that child should not be neglected or be forced to be raised without the benefit of a father or at least the extra financial benefit that could at least offset the lack of a father in his/her life.

i guess Haynesworth is married so he can't marry the stripper, but if he isn't married he needs to get that chick off the pole and onto his pole on a full time basis as his wife. She would probably make a helluva wife if he showed her the respect that she deserves as the mother of his child.

be a man. be a father. as a successful african american, haynesworth should step up to the plate and try and be a father to his child. the african american community already has enough dead beat dads, do they really need another? all communities have too many dead beat dads but i think it is fair to say, based on statistics, that the african american community has a bad problem with children being raised without their father. you would think some of the more successful african americans would step up and try and make a difference.

as i have said before, he could do a lot worse than that woman. yeah, she is a stripper but big deal. as long as she is fun to be around and could be a good mother, why not give it a try. i would give it a shot just on the basis of her cans. those are some nice ones :)

gtexan02
06-03-2010, 03:13 PM
i don't feel that way. these adults were able to have a sexual relationship and seemed to be friends outside of the club, so why not get married when the woman is expecting a child of yours? its the right thing to do and if you arent willing to go that far, stop releasing inside women and not wearing protection.

every child has a mother but every child needs a father. writing a check isn't enough....

...but all of this is for naught, because I believe hayno is married. in other words, your screwed. but he could do a helluva lot worse than that hottie. The only thing that scares me is the whole Brooklyn thing. I wouldn't want to hear a Brooklyn accent for the rest of my life. I got it hard enough with a woman with a Mississippi accent...no offense, honey....but a Brooklyn accent like Rosie Perez? omg I would beat that woman with a cane.

jk

So now you have to be married to be a good father?

TD
06-04-2010, 12:13 PM
So now you have to be married to be a good father?

You can't be the BEST father unless you are.

infantrycak
06-04-2010, 12:16 PM
You can't be the BEST father unless you are.

Really that's definitional? Learn something knew every day.

TD
06-04-2010, 12:26 PM
Really that's definitional? Learn something knew every day.

Glad I can help. ;)

I guess I should have said "live with the child" to be more accurate, but yeah...its a no-brainer that all that things being equal, full-time wins out over part-time.

Dread-Head
06-10-2010, 03:02 PM
First off, $1000 per month is $12k per year.

Second, in many states there is a soft cap. Texas has a percentage up to a monthly net income cap. Above that the custodial parent has to show the child has special needs justifying additional amounts be paid.

I know Cak...I was assuming that even if the b-yatch was the world's WORST stripper and only made 12K a year (even though there are some strippers who make that from Bill alone) she'd had an income already.

Yeah. To the bimbos who are trying to make getting knocked up by athletes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

Child support is supposed to HELP the mother raise the kid not move her to a bigger house, buy her a Benz, pay for her trips to Jamaica, get her hair did, get her nails did or make sure she has the newest Gucci. Girl already HAS a lucrative "career" polishing a brass pole with her naked body...the extra $ 12,000 is the father's contribution to raising his kid.
It's not like these women are getting raped and impregnated. They are willing participants in their own impregnation and have to bear some financial responsibility too...or they could just keep their knees together.

gary
06-10-2010, 03:19 PM
I know Cak...I was assuming that even if the b-yatch was the world's WORST stripper and only made 12K a year (even though there are some strippers who make that from Bill alone) she'd had an income already.

Yeah. To the bimbos who are trying to make getting knocked up by athletes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

Child support is supposed to HELP the mother raise the kid not move her to a bigger house, buy her a Benz, pay for her trips to Jamaica, get her hair did, get her nails did or make sure she has the newest Gucci. Girl already HAS a lucrative "career" polishing a brass pole with her naked body...the extra $ 12,000 is the father's contribution to raising his kid.
It's not like these women are getting raped and impregnated. They are willing participants in their own impregnation and have to bear some financial responsibility too...or they could just keep their knees together.
This is too hard. Keeping their knees together that is.

Carr Bombed
06-10-2010, 08:59 PM
I know Cak...I was assuming that even if the b-yatch was the world's WORST stripper and only made 12K a year (even though there are some strippers who make that from Bill alone) she'd had an income already.

Yeah. To the bimbos who are trying to make getting knocked up by athletes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

Child support is supposed to HELP the mother raise the kid not move her to a bigger house, buy her a Benz, pay for her trips to Jamaica, get her hair did, get her nails did or make sure she has the newest Gucci. Girl already HAS a lucrative "career" polishing a brass pole with her naked body...the extra $ 12,000 is the father's contribution to raising his kid.
It's not like these women are getting raped and impregnated. They are willing participants in their own impregnation and have to bear some financial responsibility too...or they could just keep their knees together.

Spot on...I can't stand it when I hear a ridiculous child support settlement. Who cares if the father is rich...the prices at the store don't go up just, because you had a one night stand with "Everybody knows Joe Blow"

Texecutioner
06-10-2010, 10:01 PM
Spot on...I can't stand it when I hear a ridiculous child support settlement. Who cares if the father is rich...the prices at the store don't go up just, because you had a one night stand with "Everybody knows Joe Blow"

For the life of me I've never understood how backwards these child support laws are in this country. Totally agree that it should be a set fee and what the father or mother makes shouldn't have to pay a dime extra just because they make a ton of money.

gary
06-10-2010, 10:07 PM
For the life of me I've never understood how backwards these child support laws are in this country. Totally agree that it should be a set fee and what the father or mother makes shouldn't have to pay a dime extra just because they make a ton of money.
Right, for what it is worth I think they're both at fault for the child 50/50.

StarStruck
06-11-2010, 01:41 AM
I stand by what I said previously. Ok, the mom is a gold digger, the dad is an egotistical playa. Who gets the raw end of this deal, yes you guessed it, the kid. First he/she has to deal with the gossip of being the kid of someone famous, who hopes he can stop by every now and then for a bit of pride and validation.

Depending on where the kid has to live can have an impact on how promising his future may be. Even if the father's lifestyle doesn't make for the happily ever after family, a kid who is afforded the advantage of living in Sweet River Estates and receiving an education from a private school would probably be at a better future advantage than one who has to live on $1000/month in Glen Colony. In the latter, what does the kid do, sit around and hope that at least once or twice a year rich dad show up in his Ferrari with a Play Station and impresses his friends? How does this help with the promise of a brighter future for the kid?

It all goes back to either of the situations above could have been avoided if the so called victim with the gold had spent his time and gold where he envisioned as the place of his future.

On the otherhand, it would be interesting if the victim would just sue for custody. Given the vast income, I'm sure a good lawyer could prove that his/her client would be the better suited parent. Thus, the victim wins, and the gold digger pays child support.:fingergun:

littlecat
06-11-2010, 03:37 AM
:turtle: That's a big problem.


www.america-jerseys.com

Dread-Head
06-11-2010, 09:42 AM
Last time time I checked it took more than a FATHER to make a baby. There is a woman involved 100% of the time. Also if a girl runs after rich/famous men attempting to get pregnant as part of some hoochie lottery someone should (and this is why I support caps on child support) remind her she still needs to have a job. If she got knocked up by some trifling chump down the block selling weed she wouldn't be using the child support checks to buy a $250,000 house or a BMW. She'd still have a job.
The money a woman gets is to help her support the kid...not to support her and the kid. It's CHILD SUPPORT...no Hoe Support.

And like I said Earlier:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

Sha na na na...sha na na na na...

And since everyone seems to agrees that $1000 is nothing...the Dread-head foundation is ALWAYS accepting donations. No amount is too small.

gary
06-11-2010, 10:36 AM
I stand by what I said previously. Ok, the mom is a gold digger, the dad is an egotistical playa. Who gets the raw end of this deal, yes you guessed it, the kid. First he/she has to deal with the gossip of being the kid of someone famous, who hopes he can stop by every now and then for a bit of pride and validation.

Depending on where the kid has to live can have an impact on how promising his future may be. Even if the father's lifestyle doesn't make for the happily ever after family, a kid who is afforded the advantage of living in Sweet River Estates and receiving an education from a private school would probably be at a better future advantage than one who has to live on $1000/month in Glen Colony. In the latter, what does the kid do, sit around and hope that at least once or twice a year rich dad show up in his Ferrari with a Play Station and impresses his friends? How does this help with the promise of a brighter future for the kid?

It all goes back to either of the situations above could have been avoided if the so called victim with the gold had spent his time and gold where he envisioned as the place of his future.

On the otherhand, it would be interesting if the victim would just sue for custody. Given the vast income, I'm sure a good lawyer could prove that his/her client would be the better suited parent. Thus, the victim wins, and the gold digger pays child support.:fingergun:How are going to make sure the money is used to better his or her life and not the mother? She might have to get a job as early as possible and in many cases the mother has more to gain than the child. It should not work both ways if the money was always used for just needs of life that would be fine but most of the time it isn't.

StarStruck
06-11-2010, 02:14 PM
Last time time I checked it took more than a FATHER to make a baby. There is a woman involved 100% of the time. Also if a girl runs after rich/famous men attempting to get pregnant as part of some hoochie lottery someone should (and this is why I support caps on child support) remind her she still needs to have a job. If she got knocked up by some trifling chump down the block selling weed she wouldn't be using the child support checks to buy a $250,000 house or a BMW. She'd still have a job.
The money a woman gets is to help her support the kid...not to support her and the kid. It's CHILD SUPPORT...no Hoe Support.

And like I said Earlier:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

Sha na na na...sha na na na na...
And since everyone seems to agrees that $1000 is nothing...the Dread-head foundation is ALWAYS accepting donations. No amount is too small.



So are you saying that a man worth $40 or 50 million shouldn't provide a $250,000 house for his kid to live? So it's ok for him to drive a Ferrari, and ok for his kid to catch the bus because his mama doesn't have the same earning power. How can you really separate shelter, transportation, food, medical and the endless list of other things a child needs before being in a position to care for himself.

Last time I checked it took more than a MOTHER to make a baby. There is a man involved 100% of the time.

$1000 is a sacrifice to benefit the child if the man earns $30K:thinking:perhaps.

Carry on.... :pop:

How are going to make sure the money is used to better his or her life and not the mother? She might have to get a job as early as possible and in many cases the mother has more to gain than the child. It should not work both ways if the money was always used for just needs of life that would be fine but most of the time it isn't.

There are no guarantees. There are married couples that spend more on their toys than providing for the best interest of their child/ren's future. Also in order for the custodial parent to provide for the minor child will result in the parent living in that same home. Perhaps it's just me, but if I were in a situation that I was not the custodial parent, I wouldn't bean count when it comes to providing support for my children. It's unfortunate that all the money can't stay in the same household, but the child didn't make that decision.

ubecool454
06-11-2010, 02:22 PM
an extra $1k a month for the kid? are you kidding me? you think it only costs $1k to raise a kid a month? you must not have kids. it costs a helluva lot more than $1k a month to raise a kid well. you know how much summer camps cost? little league? even girl scouts? its pretty steep. that $1k would barely cover a sitter. Haynesworth needs to pay up to this girl and she deserves it for having slept with a man who is such a scumbag that he would leave a girl to get on Medicaid to have his baby when he has upwards of $50+ million in the bank. Screw Haynesworth.

the bottom line is that a rich guy took advantage of a stripper and probably promised her a lot of stuff to be his 'boo'. then he got a little too comfortable with her and stopped wearing his connie (if he ever did in the first place) he then got her pregnant and pretty much left her standing alone when his irresponsibility made their relationship inconvenient.

she deserves everything she gets because if he slept with a woman unprotected and did his business inside of her, he has to accept responsibility for bringing a child into this world and that child should not be neglected or be forced to be raised without the benefit of a father or at least the extra financial benefit that could at least offset the lack of a father in his/her life.

i guess Haynesworth is married so he can't marry the stripper, but if he isn't married he needs to get that chick off the pole and onto his pole on a full time basis as his wife. She would probably make a helluva wife if he showed her the respect that she deserves as the mother of his child.

be a man. be a father. as a successful african american, haynesworth should step up to the plate and try and be a father to his child. the african american community already has enough dead beat dads, do they really need another? all communities have too many dead beat dads but i think it is fair to say, based on statistics, that the african american community has a bad problem with children being raised without their father. you would think some of the more successful african americans would step up and try and make a difference.

as i have said before, he could do a lot worse than that woman. yeah, she is a stripper but big deal. as long as she is fun to be around and could be a good mother, why not give it a try. i would give it a shot just on the basis of her cans. those are some nice ones :)

You don't marry strippers dude....get real! I just wonder if he has to pay her ten million is he going to stick all that dough in a g string. If she gets the 10 million she will have no problem finding a full time daddy for her little bastard. She will find a po dude that will take all Alberts money from her..lol. My only problem with Albert is that this chick is not all that great looking and she is heavily invested in plastic or silicon.

gary
06-11-2010, 02:23 PM
Albert should help his own child through out life and play a normal as possible role but he or she should get whatever they want whenever they want it IMO.

ubecool454
06-11-2010, 02:29 PM
Albert should help his own child through out life and play a normal as possible role but he or she should get whatever they want whenever they want it IMO.

Albert is married and you know what he is saying....Bitoch, I'll come see him/her when we play the giants of jets in nyc. I'm not leaving my wife for you..lol. Be careful Albert...remember Steve McNair...chick could be pyscho if she doesn't get that 10 million and that life you promised her.

gary
06-11-2010, 02:58 PM
Albert is married and you know what he is saying....Bitoch, I'll come see him/her when we play the giants of jets in nyc. I'm not leaving my wife for you..lol. Be careful Albert...remember Steve McNair...chick could be pyscho if she doesn't get that 10 million and that life you promised her.I hope that changes but Albert already acts like an ***** on the field. Why should I expect anything different?

CloakNNNdagger
06-11-2010, 03:53 PM
Rumors are that Fat Albert fears showing up for mandatory minicamp because he appears to be pregnant..........or at least appears to be.:shades:

infantrycak
06-11-2010, 04:21 PM
So are you saying that a man worth $40 or 50 million shouldn't provide a $250,000 house for his kid to live? So it's ok for him to drive a Ferrari, and ok for his kid to catch the bus because his mama doesn't have the same earning power.

OK assuming there is some entitlement to live like whoever is the wealthier parent, where is the cutoff. You threw out $250k for a house. Do a single mother and child need that? No. So ok we are on the lifestyle entitlement. Why end there? If Albert lives in a $3 mil house why isn't the kid entitled to live in a $3 mil house? When he turns 16 and daddy drives a Ferrari is he entitled to that too? My parents had more than enough money to buy me a nice car as a kid and chose to make me earn the money for mine. Somehow Albert loses that choice?

How can you really separate shelter, transportation, food, medical and the endless list of other things a child needs before being in a position to care for himself.

What do you mean here? Nobody has suggested a parent not be responsible for providing basics.

gary
06-11-2010, 04:38 PM
The basics are all you need through out your life. Does child have to get whinned and dinned for supper just because daddy does? Nope.

StarStruck
06-14-2010, 12:50 AM
OK assuming there is some entitlement to live like whoever is the wealthier parent, where is the cutoff. You threw out $250k for a house. Do a single mother and child need that? No. So ok we are on the lifestyle entitlement. Why end there? If Albert lives in a $3 mil house why isn't the kid entitled to live in a $3 mil house? When he turns 16 and daddy drives a Ferrari is he entitled to that too? My parents had more than enough money to buy me a nice car as a kid and chose to make me earn the money for mine. Somehow Albert loses that choice?



What do you mean here? Nobody has suggested a parent not be responsible for providing basics.

I read this while out of town and for some reason every time I tried to reply on the IPhone that I would take this up when I returned, it would never post the reply and simply reply that I was not logged on, huh, how many times did the log on cancel out after hitting the submit button.

The $250K I threw out there, IMO, for a wealthy PARENT, I don't see it being a problem for someone worth millions...pennies on the dollar. On the other hand, I can see someone wanting $10 million for one child being quite excessive. Thought to myself, excuse me for a moment...self, I wonder why do men have such a problem with birth control?

$3 million dollar house and Ferrari for a child, for real? But on the other hand, a neighborhood and living conditions that will provide a better advantage for that child to succeed, yes.

What seems to get lost in this topic is that Albert had a choice in this situation. Also, if Albert has an issue with child support and the amount, simply request custody of the child, and with his cash how could she successfully challenge that she is the better parent when it comes to who is in a better position to provide for the child. That would probably be somewhat inconvenient. I don't know if he is married or not, either way he should be able to work out the situation that he had no business being in in the first place.

On this gold digging issue, married or single Albert had no business providing the soil for gold to be found. Seemingly somewhere along the way someone must have told him that storks don't deliver babies.

What are basics? A Murphy bed? Crackers and water, pinto beans perhaps? Thrift shop clothing? One bedroom efficiency? Metro? Help me to understand, seriously. Are basics the same for one earning $30K the same as one earning $30 Million? What is this child's crowning moments? Is it a dad that is trying to give him the best advantages to succeed in life, or the one that pays basics and show up for holidays with cute trinkets?

Smooch, smooch, I respect you dearly as a longtime Texan poster, but this topic has me dazed and confused. :spin:

infantrycak
06-14-2010, 08:47 AM
Smooch, smooch, I respect you dearly as a longtime Texan poster, but this topic has me dazed and confused. :spin:

I actually agree with the lifestyle entitlement to a degree. I think Texas has struck a pretty good balance. I was trying to figure out where you would draw the line.

gary
06-14-2010, 08:55 PM
If the chance is there for he or she to have a better education at a privite school then I am all for that. IF Albert wants to buy the mom and child a big cozey house to live in a good area that would be fine with me. I just do not think should have to buy him/her a new ring, watch, or video game every other day just to flat out spoil him/her JMO.

Dread-Head
06-15-2010, 02:23 AM
So are you saying that a man worth $40 or 50 million shouldn't provide a $250,000 house for his kid to live? So it's ok for him to drive a Ferrari, and ok for his kid to catch the bus because his mama doesn't have the same earning power. How can you really separate shelter, transportation, food, medical and the endless list of other things a child needs before being in a position to care for himself.

Last time I checked it took more than a MOTHER to make a baby. There is a man involved 100% of the time.

$1000 is a sacrifice to benefit the child if the man earns $30K:thinking:perhaps.

Carry on.... :pop:



There are no guarantees. There are married couples that spend more on their toys than providing for the best interest of their child/ren's future. Also in order for the custodial parent to provide for the minor child will result in the parent living in that same home. Perhaps it's just me, but if I were in a situation that I was not the custodial parent, I wouldn't bean count when it comes to providing support for my children. It's unfortunate that all the money can't stay in the same household, but the child didn't make that decision.


"Let her understand that child's a baby...not a paycheck. Private school, day care, $h:t...medical bills I PAY THAT."

: OutKast "Ms Jackson"

Ma'am I'm not suggesting that we go back to the days when guys got off the hook for child support, not by ANY means, but it shouldn't be a means of economic advancement for lazy skanks who think they're too good to work that's all I'm saying.

Like I said, to the hoochie contengent:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

StarStruck
06-15-2010, 10:14 AM
"Let her understand that child's a baby...not a paycheck. Private school, day care, $h:t...medical bills I PAY THAT."

: OutKast "Ms Jackson"

Volumn generally represents a weak argument. :smooch:

Ma'am I'm not suggesting that we go back to the days when guys got off the hook for child support, not by ANY means, but it shouldn't be a means of economic advancement for lazy skanks who think they're too good to work that's all I'm saying.

In the Haynesworth situation, I doubt if the woman gets anywhere near $10Million. I think it's more shock and awe as well as a basis to negotiate down to a settlement in the best interest of caring for and raising the child. Therefore, I never let that amount be a basis for any of my comments. In other words a non issue.:shades:

Like I said, to the hoochie contengent:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hkJL6wRBE8

I watched the youtube performance. The costumes were nice as well as the dance steps, but the music was somewhat annoying. Perhaps the Temptations would have put a smoother edge to it. However, what I could gather from the lyrics was that it was the man that needed to get a job.:lol:

leebigeztx
06-16-2010, 05:44 AM
Maybe he should just give her 1m.Thats 55k a yr for 18 years and about 4700 a month. If thats not good enough, then what is?

ChampionTexan
06-22-2010, 12:15 PM
Couldn't see creating another thread for this, but once again, Albert demonstrates that in the punchbowl that is the NFL, he's far and away the largest turd.

A Tennessee bank is suing Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, alleging that he has failed to make payments on a loan.

The Knoxville News Sentinel reports that Clayton Bank & Trust sued Haynesworth in connection with missed payments on a $2.38 million loan.

LINK (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/06/22/bank-sues-albert-haynesworth-for-24-million/)

CloakNNNdagger
06-22-2010, 05:18 PM
Couldn't see creating another thread for this, but once again, Albert demonstrates that in the punchbowl that is the NFL, he's far and away the largest turd.


LINK (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/06/22/bank-sues-albert-haynesworth-for-24-million/)


Why don't you get off his big butt...........he can't afford it!:cool:

ChampionTexan
06-22-2010, 05:28 PM
Why don't you get off his big butt...........he can't afford it!:cool:

Classic case of the overachiever. While most NFL players wait until a year or two after retirement to go broke, Albert has not only done it while still an active player, he's done in within mere months of receiving a $20 Million bonus.

That type of dedication to scumbaggery is a rare thing in this day and age.

CloakNNNdagger
06-22-2010, 10:38 PM
Classic case of the overachiever. While most NFL players wait until a year or two after retirement to go broke, Albert has not only done it while still an active player, he's done in within mere months of receiving a $20 Million bonus.

That type of dedication to scumbaggery is a rare thing in this day and age.

I feel a movie contract coming on depicting Haynesworth and the Skins...............THE FAT AND THE FURIOUS.............

CloakNNNdagger
06-24-2010, 08:37 AM
Couldn't see creating another thread for this, but once again, Albert demonstrates that in the punchbowl that is the NFL, he's far and away the largest turd.


Things are getting crazier.

Haynesworth's lawsuits keep piling up (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/06/24/haynesworths-lawsuits-keep-piling-up/)

Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has found himself on the wrong side of more than a few lawsuits. Most recently, a bank sued him for failing to make payments on a $2.38 million loan he took out in June 2009 -- only three months after signing a deal with a practical value of four years, $48 million. He also faces a lawsuit from a man seriously injured in an accident allegedly caused by Haynesworth, who allegedly was driving too fast. He's also battling with his ex-wife over health insurance and child support.

Then there's the $100 million paternity suit filed by an exotic dancer in New York.

A reader has tipped us off to another lawsuit involving Haynesworth. It possibly arises out of a group known as Crestview Townhomes, LLC. A pending lawsuit that had a court hearing on Wednesday includes Haynesworth and Bryan Puckett, two members of the Crestview Townhomes organization, and CP Construction, LLC. The plaintiff in the case is a company known as Dale and Associates, a Nashville engineering firm.

There's another lawsuit filed only against Haynesworth by Dale and Associates, which also went to court on Wednesday.

We've yet to track down any details regarding these cases. But we've got a feeling that the claims generally arise from Haynesworth and/or the other defendants owing money, and not paying the money.


LINK (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/06/22/bank-sues-albert-haynesworth-for-24-million/)

gary
06-25-2010, 09:33 PM
He is just a jackass.