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Brady, Bundchen sued for wedding shooting

It was a bizarre story that disappeared almost as quickly as it unexpectedly arrived on the scene.

In early April, photographers looking to capture images of the Costa Rican nuptial celebration of Pats quarterback Tom Brady and his supermodel (without super powers) wife, Gisele Bundchen, allegedly found themselves having to move faster than a speeding bullet.

Now, the men who claim that the Brady and Bundchen goon squad shot at them have sued the happy couple in federal court in New York.

Among other things, the lawsuit (per Joe Buck’s favorite web site) claims that Brady and Bundchen negligently hired and trained the security team, and that they permitted the hired muscle to
discharge firearms with intent to kill or wound.”

So the short list of NFL franchise quarterbacks now includes two of them who are defending themselves against civil lawsuits containing serious allegations.

Let’s see if ESPN will cover this one.

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  1. Bill Cowher's Chin says: Sep 22, 2009 12:48 PM

    “Among other things, the lawsuit (per Joe Buck’s favorite web site) claims that Brady and Bundchen negligently hired and trained the security team, and that they permitted the hired muscle to “discharge firearms with intent to kill or wound.”
    So, in addition to being a terrific football player, Tom Brady can also add to his resume, that he trains his good squad….. Something tells me that they werent “trained” by “Brady and Bundchen”……

  2. realityonetwo says: Sep 22, 2009 12:51 PM

    Nothing will come of it, but it’s hilarious. Telling security to shoot live bullets at people armed only with cameras? What a fool. But what do you expect from a U of M grad…

  3. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 22, 2009 12:52 PM

    BRadys lawyer ought to use the same tactics that Rothlisbergers lawyer used. Namely go right after the other sides lawyer aggresively and dont back off.

  4. this class sucks says: Sep 22, 2009 12:54 PM

    Trained? That makes no sense, maybe instructed? Either way maybe this is karma for Brady filling a suit against a person who is homeless. Or maybe its karma for having your people shoot at someone.

  5. PJW says: Sep 22, 2009 12:55 PM

    Czar Florio,
    Would you please explain how someone can file suit in the US for an occurance out of the country.

  6. ForrestGump says: Sep 22, 2009 12:55 PM

    Sometimes, I guess there just aren’t enough rocks.

  7. The Rural Juror says: Sep 22, 2009 12:55 PM

    I love Tom Brady’s sour-puss face when he loses.
    And get used to it NE fans. Tom and the Pats are officially on the decline…

  8. Kodiakal Karnage says: Sep 22, 2009 12:57 PM

    And all this time I thought I thought Brady was actually a FAN of illicitly photographing and recording events….go figure.

  9. hayward giablommi says: Sep 22, 2009 1:01 PM

    Paparazzi are the lowest form of life imaginable. Any “shoot to kill” orders with regard to these lowlife leeches are fine with me.

  10. stanjam says: Sep 22, 2009 1:02 PM

    So they are claiming first that Brady trained the security guys(an obvious joke) and that Brady told them to open fire (an unlikely event). The hiree does not often instigate orders of this kind. Rather that is the perrogative of the head of the security detail, who has to be concerned with the legalities of such actions.
    Are they being sued in the U.S? Also doesn’t make sense, since they were in Costa Rica, they would have to be following Costa Rican Law in this instance, unless they were married in the U.S. embassy.
    The proper people to sue in this instance is the security company, as they set the rules here. They are the ones that organize protection details and rules of engagement. However you get a lot better press by suing Brady, not to mention that is where the money is. Plus it doesn’t pay to piss off a security company!
    This is money grubbing, pure and simple. They are after money, not justice. If they were after justice they would be suing the security company.
    Of course, I am assuming that Brady hired a security company to take care of his security needs instead of hiring a bunch of security guys and putting them directly in his employ.
    Still, don’t expect sympathy for a bunch of paparazzi, who were likely ruining yet another private affair in order to get pictures to sell for tabloids.

  11. PatsRPerfection says: Sep 22, 2009 1:05 PM

    Can you sue someone in the United States for something that happened in another country? Is there no jurisdiction in civil cases? What are the laws surrounding this in Costa Rica? I imagine there gun laws are much more relaxed?

  12. Mavzeus says: Sep 22, 2009 1:07 PM

    As a U of M Grad…I am greatly insulted by realityonetwo’s stupid comments about Michigan. Obviously the fact that Michigan is one of the top public universities in this country means nothing to him, or he attended Ohio State and could not get into Michigan.

  13. Island says: Sep 22, 2009 1:10 PM

    OK, I’m waiting for jurisprudence on this one. As soon as they successfully sue the bed ‘n’ breakfast duo (B&B), I’m going to sue everyone in the world who has blown a fart in my immediate presence, citing something like ‘irrepairable lung damage and mental distress’.
    Haven’t these bods ever heard of extraterritorial laws? Whoever two-bit lawyer filed this on their behalf should be disbarred – bumbling nincompoop…
    Florio, what’s your take?

  14. litemater says: Sep 22, 2009 1:12 PM

    ProFootballTalk.TMZ.NBCSports.blahblahblah.com

  15. artie lange says: Sep 22, 2009 1:13 PM

    This class sucks: if I remember correctly the “homeless” guy stole two $6,000 imported vases from Brady which the guy claims they were left with the trash. So Brady is suppose to let the guy walk? The guy is a thief and deserves to be in jail. Additionally, Brady had no idea the guy thought it was trash and never heard the guys story before he decided to press charges. Also, the guy wouldn’t be homeless if he wasn’t a life long criminal.
    But hey, here in America we don’t like to put criminals in jail.

  16. ItalianArmyGuy says: Sep 22, 2009 1:14 PM

    The goon squad is lucky they were not trained by Plaxico….

  17. Rachel says: Sep 22, 2009 1:14 PM

    Both Brady and Gisele have denied this story numerous times in interviews. In the SI piece, Brady told Peter King that their security guards didn’t have any guns. Considering Costan Rican police investigated this and didn’t press charges I have a feeling this isn’t going to go anywhere.

  18. CapsLockKey says: Sep 22, 2009 1:17 PM

    Can you legally sue someone in New York for something that happened in Costa Rica?

  19. ZombieRevolution says: Sep 22, 2009 1:18 PM

    “Let’s see if ESPN will cover this one.”
    It might be prudent for ESPN to wait and see what develops rather than throwing out a story in a casual and knee-jerk story fashion, instead doing proper background research into those who are doing the accusing and into the incident. This is something PFT never seems to reluctant to do- but maybe we should ask Terry Bradshaw about PFT doing proper background work, but wait he is dead.

  20. Kodiakal Karnage says: Sep 22, 2009 1:20 PM

    Kodiakal Karnage says:
    September 22, 2009 12:57 PM
    And all this time I thought I thought Brady was actually a FAN of illicitly photographing and recording events….go figure.
    ______________________
    Sorry, lapsed into Peter King aka King Peter-speak (“Things I think I think”)…

  21. 8man says: Sep 22, 2009 1:24 PM

    The real crime here is that none of the paparazzi were hit with the gunfire.
    “Isn’t that just like a stupid tabloid photographer? Brings a knife to a gun fight. “

  22. Ju1954 says: Sep 22, 2009 1:25 PM

    The two have the right to their privacy. If someone was invading my privacy, I would probably be the one that fires the shot instead of hiring someone. Who cares about the paparazzi? They don’t care about anyone but themselves. This is one of the frivolous lawsuits that some idiot attorney thought up so that everyone’s liability insurance costs will go up. When the couple wins the lawsuit, the idiot attorney should have to pay all of the couple’s attorney fees and court costs. Maybe he will think twice before convincing someone to filing such a stupid lawsuit.

  23. davis1281 says: Sep 22, 2009 1:25 PM

    The Rural Juror says:
    September 22, 2009 12:55 PM
    I love Tom Brady’s sour-puss face when he loses.
    And get used to it NE fans. Tom and the Pats are officially on the decline…
    ******************************************
    Sounds like what they said last year about the colts when they started 3-4 after Mannings ins,
    Dream on, they will be fine, lets not be so quick to judge after 2 games and over a year of no football for Brady.
    Hate on Hater, Hate on…………….

  24. Gautam says: Sep 22, 2009 1:25 PM

    good point PJW, I hope Florio(the lawyer) explains how is that possible

  25. Citizen Strange says: Sep 22, 2009 1:27 PM

    Securlty’s so tight tonight
    Oh they’re ready for a tussle
    Gotta keep your backstage passes
    ‘Cause your promoter has the muscle
    And so it goes

  26. Ron says: Sep 22, 2009 1:29 PM

    GOOD FOR BRADY!!!!!!! I know that I would definitely detest being HOUNDED over and over again by the infamous paparazzi. Doesn’t a man and his wife deserve to be left alone? SHOOT TO KILL!!!!!!!

  27. Muck says: Sep 22, 2009 1:32 PM

    The only bad thing that happened here is that Brady’s goon squad missed.

  28. LiveNBreatheFootball says: Sep 22, 2009 1:33 PM

    The training and ordering is really a way of saying “they were negligent in which goon squad they hired by not ensuring they were properly trained and instructed on the event.” It’s a negligent hiring case, not a negligent training case.

  29. Richm2256 says: Sep 22, 2009 1:34 PM

    Yeah, that’s it I’m sure. Brady goes around suing homeless people and tells gunmen to shoot at “legitimate” photographers.
    1) That “homeless” guy stole itmes belonging to Brady worth thousands of dollars, statues that a “homeless” man couldn’t use because he’s, well, homeless and has no use for. These items were stolen from Brady’s property, by the way.
    2) No one of Brady’s stature tells anbody to shoot anyone, and if it’s a private security company, they shoot at their discretion, not his (was anybody actually phsyically shot, buy the way, as in wounded?).
    Were these photographers invited/hired by Brady to shoot this wedding (not likely that he’s going to order “goons” to “bust a cap” at a photog the he himself is paying, right?). Can we asume then, that these photographers WEREN’T hired by Brady, and were just scavanging thugs trying to rip photo’s to be sold to tabloids? If so, fire away gentlement, these camera jockeys are uninvited scum!
    3) Why the hell is this lawsuit filed in NY for an offense alleged in Costa Rica? Florio, you’re a lawyer… a little explanation here please? (Other than the location for those “deep pockets”, that is)

  30. bobinpuertorico says: Sep 22, 2009 1:51 PM

    Everyone knew when this happened that the commissioner would not even consider a Brady suspension for directing his employees to shoot at people, because Brady was the golden boy. However, now that the Patriots might be getting nearer to dumping Brady, because his skills have definitely eroded (as shown against the Bills and the Jets), could Goodell reconsider. Poor Tommy, he is about to be dumped by the Patriots and he now has legal troubles.

  31. Tears_of_a_Favre says: Sep 22, 2009 1:54 PM

    Note to security “goons”:
    They can only sue you if you miss.

  32. davis1281 says: Sep 22, 2009 1:59 PM

    bobinpuertorico says:
    September 22, 2009 1:51 PM
    *******************************************.
    However, now that the Patriots might be getting nearer to dumping Brady, because his skills have definitely eroded (as shown against the Bills and the Jets), .
    *****************************************
    Yes they did not play well against the Jets
    but the Bills game, PASS: 39-53, 378 yds, 2 tds.
    Dombass!!!!!!

  33. The RBM says: Sep 22, 2009 2:00 PM

    Thugs

  34. HarrisonHits says: Sep 22, 2009 2:01 PM

    Ok Mike, turn on the lawyer side.
    If this happened in Costa Rica, how can they sue Brady here ? Why is this even being allowed. The laws of the US do not apply there obviously.

  35. Patsfansince73 says: Sep 22, 2009 2:06 PM

    hayward giablommi wrote:
    “Paparazzi are the lowest form of life imaginable. Any “shoot to kill” orders with regard to these lowlife leeches are fine with me. ”
    This is the first time you have ever written anything on any of these boards that I totally agree with. Hopefully you will continue to write things that make sense from this point forward.

  36. sim448 says: Sep 22, 2009 2:08 PM

    bobinpuertorico, you are flat out retarded. every post you type, i can see the drool coming out of your mouth. you are the biggest idiot that comes on this site…FLORIO, YOU ARE A LAWYER. CAN YOU EXPLAIN THIS COSTA RICA/NY ISSUE?

  37. HarrisonHits says: Sep 22, 2009 2:08 PM

    “I imagine there gun laws are much more relaxed?”
    Just the opposite they have stricter gun ownership laws than here. You can look it up through search engines as I did when this first happened.
    “Also, the guy wouldn’t be homeless if he wasn’t a life long criminal.
    But hey, here in America we don’t like to put criminals in jail.”
    1. There are many homeless people who are not life long criminals. A lot of people have lost their jobs and homes in the last couple years for instance because the housing and economic crash.
    2. America has more people in jail than any other first world country, both in raw numbers and percentage.

  38. Miamian says: Sep 22, 2009 2:13 PM

    The “Alien Torts Claims Act” is why they can file civil charges in U.S. courts.
    As for the “negligent training and hiring” aspect of the case. The training came in the form of what instructions Brady and wife gave to the “Bodyguards.” Basically, all Brady needed to do was to tell them to use non-lethal means to keep people from taking pictures and only using lethal force in case of physical harm. And for using Blackwater’s discount cousins that think the first and only response to a situation is a response of overwhelming firepower. Which clearly was needed for taking f’ing pictures.
    Don’t worry though, this will be Brady’s Chappaquiddick (ie Kennedy Carwash). His ability to run for office in the most politically and morally derelict area of the country, after he retires in a year or two, won’t be affected.

  39. leatherneck says: Sep 22, 2009 2:15 PM

    I believe it should be legal to threaten bodily harm to paparazzi.
    Period.

  40. spyboots says: Sep 22, 2009 2:22 PM

    @ Kodiakal Karnage, who says: And all this time I thought I thought Brady was actually a FAN of illicitly photographing and recording events….go figure.
    Too funny. +5

  41. LetsGoBuffalo78 says: Sep 22, 2009 2:35 PM

    28 U.S.C. §1332(4) provides orginal jurisdiction to federal courts in lawsuits involving a foreign state … as plaintiff and citizens of a State or different States.

  42. FFLRick8 says: Sep 22, 2009 2:44 PM

    Oh man, I’d sure like to ‘train’ Gisele… :)

  43. BlueEyeDevils says: Sep 22, 2009 2:47 PM

    The Cheatriots haven’t made the playoffs or been **wink** **wink** dominant since they got caught cheating :)

  44. VoxVeritas says: Sep 22, 2009 2:48 PM

    Goodell should spray some Pam non-stick spray on him and we can forget the whole thing.

  45. Richm2256 says: Sep 22, 2009 2:48 PM

    @bobinpuertorico says:
    However, now that the Patriots might be getting nearer to dumping Brady, because his skills have definitely eroded (as shown against the Bills and the Jets), could Goodell reconsider. Poor Tommy, he is about to be dumped by the Patriots and he now has legal troubles.
    Congratulations bobinpuertorico, you are now the dumbest m’f’er on this website.
    Brady is about as close to being dumped by the Patriots as you are to getting an MBA from Harvard. After all, he had one off game after being out for a year, and you got three words right in the NY Times Sunday crossword.

  46. Lady2Di4 says: Sep 22, 2009 2:50 PM

    The plaintiff’s lawyer is looking for some deep pockets…thus the “code”…lack of training. Brady hired a security team because they’re supposed to be the experts.
    If someone shot at the papparazzi (and I’m ok with that)…then go after the security firm…period.
    If Brady had a good lawyer the contract with the security firm has an iron clad “hold harmless” clause favoring Brady.

  47. BlueEyeDevils says: Sep 22, 2009 3:03 PM

    Brady is a thug – I hope he loses everything and gets a construction job!

  48. Bob S. says: Sep 22, 2009 3:10 PM

    Rumors abound that Marvin Harrison was the shooter.

  49. hayward giablommi says: Sep 22, 2009 3:22 PM

    BlueEyeDevils embarassed himself by saying:
    The Cheatriots haven’t made the playoffs or been **wink** **wink** dominant since they got caught cheating :)
    ^^^^^^^^
    Funny, I must have been dreaming when I saw the Patriots go 16-0 after they got caught “cheating”. And 11-5 without Brady was a disgrace, eh?
    Epic, hall of fame calibre failure.

  50. SouthBoston says: Sep 22, 2009 3:27 PM

    Easy on Brady. The way he’s playing he’ll get a call next summer from BB – “Your rights have been traded to the Raiders”.

  51. bobinpuertorico says: Sep 22, 2009 3:28 PM

    Unfortunately this story is not nearly as entertaining as the original report of the shooting. Unlike when Brady went down at the start of last year, which is something that you can watch repeatedly and enjoy it just as much each time.

  52. davis1281 says: Sep 22, 2009 3:28 PM

    BlueEyeDevils says:
    September 22, 2009 2:47 PM
    The Cheatriots haven’t made the playoffs or been **wink** **wink** dominant since they got caught cheating :)
    *******************************************
    UH, they where caught in the 1st qrt of the 1st game of the 2007 season, they went on to win every game after that remember 16-0, and then made the playoffs and went to the SB, then lost, Dam that sucked!!!
    But still ur a dumdass, where do these people come up with this stuff?

  53. paul says: Sep 22, 2009 3:29 PM

    Tom Brady should be allowed to shoot whomever he wants to shoot. Period.

  54. AdamEagle5 says: Sep 22, 2009 3:50 PM

    C’mon Florio, add some insight to this before someone makes a Harvey Levin-esque clip of you mockingly saying “I’m a lawyer!”

  55. Kodiakal Karnage says: Sep 22, 2009 3:51 PM

    HarrisonHits says:
    September 22, 2009 2:08 PM
    “I imagine there gun laws are much more relaxed?”
    Just the opposite they have stricter gun ownership laws than here. You can look it up through search engines as I did when this first happened.
    “Also, the guy wouldn’t be homeless if he wasn’t a life long criminal.
    But hey, here in America we don’t like to put criminals in jail.”
    1. There are many homeless people who are not life long criminals. A lot of people have lost their jobs and homes in the last couple years for instance because the housing and economic crash.
    2. America has more people in jail than any other first world country, both in raw numbers and percentage.
    ==========================
    Homelessness–>Criminality?
    OR
    Criminality–>Homelessness?
    It’s like the chicken & the egg!
    (Of course, the guy never said homeless people = criminals, did he?
    And yes, we lead the world with people in prison, but I also believe we lead the world in violent crime, too…along with fast food chains, pet rock owners, nuclear weapons, copies of the single “Hey Macarena” and Baha Men albums sold, pink plastic lawn flamingos, plastic surgery, and porn manufacturing…)

  56. Apetits says: Sep 22, 2009 3:52 PM

    @BlueEyeDevils:
    “But still ur a dumdass, where do these people come up with this stuff?”
    ***********************************************
    Dumdass? Really? Should you be posting here?

  57. Maverick says: Sep 22, 2009 3:52 PM

    All three actions are improper. The papparazzi’s greed for money, the firing on unarmed men and now the unnecessary lawsuite by an opportunistic lawyer and these still greedy corrupt paparazzi’s.
    This is the behavior John Adams warned us of when he stated that Democracy would soon murder itself. Shame on Americans for allowing ignorance to breed unessecary lawsuites empowering lawmakers and governments with more excuses to apply regulations which eat away at our Feedom and our liberties.
    lc

  58. Florios'Lawyer says: Sep 22, 2009 3:59 PM

    Hayward sure is quiet.
    Must be in jail.

  59. hayward giablommi says: Sep 22, 2009 4:08 PM

    bobinpuertorico says:
    “Unlike when Brady went down at the start of last year, which is something that you can watch repeatedly and enjoy it just as much each time.”
    ^^^^^^^^^
    There is no place for this garbage here or anywhere else. How gutless and dispicable that you have such a meaningless existance that you take such pleasure in the pain of others.
    GFY bobinpuertorico.

  60. lakerlegend24 says: Sep 22, 2009 4:27 PM

    Mavzeus says:
    September 22, 2009 1:07 PM
    As a U of M Grad…I am greatly insulted by realityonetwo’s stupid comments about Michigan. Obviously the fact that Michigan is one of the top public universities in this country means nothing to him, or he attended Ohio State and could not get into Michigan.
    **************************************
    I find it hilarious that you are so upset that someone went after your school. Is it because you’re a bunch of cheaters who work their players too hard? realityonetwo is probably a fighting illini graduate, who would never consider going to a school as crappy as michigan. GO ILLINI!! Oh and Brady should have just hired Plaxico Burress for security

  61. TheDudeNH says: Sep 22, 2009 4:44 PM

    If there were money in outlandish commenting on Patriots-related internet articles, we’d have come out of the recession a llllloooooooonnnnnnngggggg time ago…

  62. realityonetwo says: Sep 22, 2009 4:44 PM

    hayward giablommi says:
    September 22, 2009 1:01 PM
    Paparazzi are the lowest form of life imaginable. Any “shoot to kill” orders with regard to these lowlife leeches are fine with me.

    Thanks for confirming what we already suspected of you, that you are a complete, utter fool.

  63. ampats says: Sep 22, 2009 4:46 PM

    Hayward, in response to bobinpuertorico, have you ever been to puerto rico? What a dirty dump! garbage everywhere just like where Bob drinks his water and gets his ideas. The Appalachia of the Caribbean.
    Keep drinking the PR water Bob, it is definitely affecting whatever brain matter you have. I wouldn’t brag about living in PR but then again all have seen your STUPID comments.

  64. hayward giablommi says: Sep 22, 2009 4:50 PM

    Florios’Lawyer says:
    Hayward sure is quiet.
    Must be in jail.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    You are a tard. By the way, as reviled as lawyers are in this country, nobody buys that you are Florio’s or anyone else’s lawyer. You’re a LOSER. The next football related post I see from you will be the first.

  65. ihateflorio says: Sep 22, 2009 4:52 PM

    I cant believe i still click on this worthless site. Anything written by this douch(FLORIO) is a complete joke. Copy & paste if you think florio should be exiled to costa rica along with his terrible unfunny jokes!

  66. lakeSAMMY says: Sep 22, 2009 5:04 PM

    ESPN has the story, which is more well written: http://sports.espn.go.com/boston/nfl/news/story?id=4494894
    I love the petty character shots (no pun intended)

  67. Mavzeus says: Sep 22, 2009 5:05 PM

    Lakerlegend24…I am upset that he has no clue what he is talking about. Say what you want about Michigan’s football team (like winnest program in college football history) but don’t call U of M a bad school when in fact it is a fantastic school. Don’t hate because the Illini does not have Michigan’s record. At any rate, I never route against the Big 10…try to have a little love for the conference.

  68. tj.52 says: Sep 22, 2009 5:23 PM

    Yaaawwwwnnnnnn…………
    Hey haters: Brady > you x 100 forever. Losers.

  69. Richm2256 says: Sep 22, 2009 6:03 PM

    I swear Florio, you really need to start giving an IQ test to people who want to sign up for this site. Between bobinpuertorico and this clown BlueEyeDevils, there isn’t one active brain cell between the two of them.
    The Patriots haven’t made the playoffs or been **wink** **wink** dominant since they got caught cheating :)
    Dude, after being “caught” in the first half of their first game of 2007, New England reeled off seventeen straight wins enroute to Super Bowl XLII.
    Last year with their MVP QB on the IR, they went 11-5 with their second string QB.
    Do you even know what a football is, moron?

  70. Florios'Lawyer says: Sep 22, 2009 6:22 PM

    “…hayward giablommi says: September 22, 2009 4:50 PM
    Florios’Lawyer says: …”
    Hey!
    You made bail!

  71. davis1281 says: Sep 22, 2009 6:30 PM

    davis1281 says:
    September 22, 2009 3:28 PM
    BlueEyeDevils says:
    September 22, 2009 2:47 PM
    The Cheatriots haven’t made the playoffs or been **wink** **wink** dominant since they got caught cheating :)
    *******************************************
    UH, they where caught in the 1st qrt of the 1st game of the 2007 season, they went on to win every game after that remember 16-0, and then made the playoffs and went to the SB, then lost, Dam that sucked!!!
    But still ur a dumbass, where do these people come up with this stuff?
    MY BAD ON THE SPELLING

  72. Maverick says: Sep 22, 2009 6:51 PM

    After reading some of these spirited responses I kinda feel bad going so deep on you guys. I love to hate ignorance so please except my aplologies for my self indulgence.
    On the matter of Brady and the Patriots; being a Rams fan I love to have them. Yes us St. Louisians were quick to scold them for cheating and being a fast passing team we hated them for figuring out how to slow us down.
    But hey, what ever it takes to win, huh? I must confess that I took a little satisfaction seeing the media beat up on Brady. I wonder if we will hear about it this weekend on any of the football blather shows.
    Anyway, it’s funny to see an inaccurate post on a blog when google just happens to be a click away.
    Good entertainment!
    lc

  73. packers4life says: Sep 23, 2009 12:48 AM

    Maybe they wouldn’t of been shot had they not been, oh I don’t know, stalking Tom Brady?
    They probably deserved it anyway.

  74. steeler-hater says: Sep 23, 2009 7:51 AM

    Betcha Suzy Kolber is happier now than she was at first when Brady blew her off when she wanted to interview him after that game week 1.
    At least she didn’t get herself shot at…

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