The real-life reality show of a man who’d love nothing more than to star in a perpetual reality show on every major network continues.
Per the report, Owens’ lawyers sent a letter to the team on Friday, seeking payment and an about-face as to the public allegation that he missed an event at a children’s hospital.
The deadline for giving T.O. what he wants is Tuesday at high noon. Otherwise, he’ll initiate the legal process via the unusual perspective of the person who is seeking a cash payment.
The Wranglers cut Owens several days ago, claiming in a public press release that his failure to attend the event at the children’s hospital was the final straw in a series of actions that proved him to be a bad teammate.