Re: Why are Boston fans/media obsessed with Peyton Manning?
posted at 10/1/2013 5:19 PM EDT
In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
In response to BabeParilli's comment:
Well, there is that little matter of his despicable acts perpetrated upon that woman where she got paid off twice. You know, the harmless college prank, as he called it?
And the inferiority complex reference is simply idiotic. No need to feel inferior to a guy with a losing playoff record and the king of the one and outs.
Lots of false accusations out there, Babe. Whether or not this is true is unknown by me and by you. I always like to hear all of the facts and see what a judge or jury says before I offer an opinion.
You might want to do the same. Sometimes, women are liars. Just ask Duke Lacrosse.
Really? Well, get educated on the issue before you call out those
who DO know the facts.
This woman isn't a liar, but Fetus Head apparently is.
You do know the woman was paid-off twice over the incident, right?
You do know in the civil suit evidence from the only witness to the incident wrote, right?
"Bro, you have tons of class, but you have shown no mercy or grace to this lady who was on her knees seeing if you had a stress fracture. ...
"She was minding her own business when your book came out. Peyton, the way I see it, at this point, you are going to take a hit either way, if you settle out of court or if it goes to court. You might as well maintain some dignity and admit to what happened. ... Your celebrity doesn't mean you can treat folks that way. ... Do the right thing here."
You do know the presiding judge stated the evidence suggested Manning was a liar, right?
Specifically, there is evidence of record, substantial enough to suggest that the defendants knew that the passages in question were false, or acted in reckless disregard of their falsity. There is evidence of record to suggest that there were obvious reasons to doubt the veracity of Peyton Manning's account of the incident in question. The court further finds that there is sufficient evidence to permit the conclusion that the defendants entertained serious doubts as to the truth of the passages in this case."
Do you even know what she claimed he did that she got paid off twice for? LMAO@U
The quotes are from usatoday. Let me know if you need a link. Pffft.