Roethlisberger bodyguard could lose his day job

And the good news for one of Ben Roethlisberger’s bodyguards is that he may have time to take on some extra shifts.

According to ESPN.com, Anthony Barravecchio could soon be losing his job as a police officer in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.  A majority vote of the City Council would be necessary to oust Barravecchio; per the report, the outcome currently would be 8-0 in favor of dismissing him.  (Then again, there’s always a chance someone will change his or her vote.)

His lawyer, Michael Santicola, takes issue with the report.  “That is the complete opposite of the information I have,” Santicola said, adding that in his view there are “no grounds for
dismissal.”  (Frankly, Santicola’s propensity to run his mouth hasn’t helped his client’s cause.)

Council member Robert Barone told ESPN that he didn’t know whether the vote would be unanimous to fire him.  “We’re going to do it the right way.  We have to read the whole investigation and put it together like adults,” Barone said.

Barravecchio has come under fire due to witness accounts that he led the woman who accused Roethlisberger of rape into the area of a Milledgeville, Georgia nightclub prior to the alleged incident.

60 responses to “Roethlisberger bodyguard could lose his day job

  1. he conspired to help big Ben get his first blumpkin’ in that bathroom stall and even flushed the remnants of the blumkin’ down the toilet and that is tampering/destruction of evidence,he told officers it stunk and he was just giving the courtesy flush

  2. I am a retired police officer. I have to ask :
    WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?
    Every police officer in the nation, retired or otherwise had to shudder when reading/hearing those reports. You’re just another idiot who shamed the profession. Made it hard for the rest of us explaining stupidity away.
    Those of us who have daughters in college would like to have a word with you in a back alley.
    Welcome to the unemployment line. I hope you have the courtesy to apologize to the young lady, her family and your fellow officers in PA for your stupidity.

  3. Forget all the rape stuff(which is horrible) just the fact that he assisted underage women get alcohol is a enough of a reason for him to be dismissed. Add in everything else that is not disputable like assisting disorderly conduct and in proper exposure plus all the things that arent provable like rape and its not even close.

  4. Coming to the nearest mall to Three Rivers Anothony Barravachio Mall Security Cop.
    At least he can help scope out teenage girls for Ben !

  5. This is what sickens me about governments, both large and small.
    This guy is almost certainly in a union and would be paid during any suspension or leave, and they need 8 people to unanimously agree to fire him. And they would inevitably be drawn out appeals. This all would cost thousands, possibly millions.
    On the other hand, if he works for a private company he’s gone on speculation alone or on the sheer fact that he’s moonlighting (i.e. has another job with possibly conflicting interests or priorities). And good luck affording your own attorney and going after your employer (especially if their a large company or law firm whose attorneys are the best and brightest)
    The Government is fat, bloated, and lazy (think Jamarcus Russell), private sector is lean and mean (think Steve Atwater).

  6. –“We’re going to do it the right way. We have to read the whole investigation and put it together like adults,” Barone said.–
    In other words, Barone and the Council are going to do the opposite of what Florio has done.

  7. Rapistbergers baby mama lost her job too.
    Getting banged and knocked up in a dirty bar bathroom while she was supposed to be scrubbing dirty dishes.
    So sad DEB.

  8. * And there would inevitably be drawn out appeals..
    *especially if they’re a large company
    /grammar spelling errors corrected

  9. he should get fired. the guy is a scumbag just like Rapistberger. besides, I’m sure his buddy will be more than happy to pay him a chunk to continue keeping his mouth shut.

  10. Sources close to the Rooneys say the team is interested in Barravecchio’s upside as a blocking TE. Multiple scouts say he has impressive instincts, especially when breaking up interceptions. With a rookie at Center, the Steelers need as much help as possible protecting the face of their franchise. Barravecchio has a proven track record at both the pro and college levels.

  11. He must have felt sooooo cool to be hangin’ with Rapeburger. He will feel even cooler explaining this to potenial employers for the rest of his life.
    You can take the a man out of shittsburg but you cant take the shittsburg out of a man. Steeler trash!

  12. “Mr. Barravecchio, meet Mr. Paul Blart, the most pre-eminent mall cop in America. A role model to all who wear the badge. Listen to what he has to say, as you embark on your new assignment”.

  13. Currently there is a only handful of convicted felons playing in the NFL.
    These individuals cannot vote, own a firearm, serve on a jury, obtain a CDL or work in a majority of businesses, but the NFL is willing to employ them and let them parade around on national TV. Commissioner Goodell has increased punishment and has added a Personal Conduct Policy, but this does not go far enough.
    During the 2009 NFL season, an incredible 21 percent of the players had arrest records, although only a few were repeat offenders.
    Contact the NFL and tell them to implement a permanent ban for anyone convicted of a felony and strengthen punishment for repeat offenders, up to a permanent ban.
    The crime rate in the NFL has dropped under the new Personal Conduct Policy. By threatening the possibility of a permanent ban for convicted felons or repeat offenders the NFL will send a clear message that they do hold a higher standard.
    Commisioner Goodell said:
    “It’s my responsibility to protect our reputation and our integrity. That’s what the personal conduct policy is; we all have to be held to a higher standard.
    “First, as a league, we rely on our credibility for acceptance with our public,” Goodell said. “The integrity of the game and people participating in it is a critical element.
    “Second, protection of our brand. It reflects poorly on our brand.
    “That’s why everyone came together to strengthen our policy years ago to make certain we keep that high standard.”
    Why does the NFL claim a higher standard while letting convicted felons hide behind the NFL shield?
    It is time to stop allowing Felons to rehab their image in the NFL. Institute a lifetime ban from the NFL for anyone who is convicted of a felony. Repeat criminal offenders also need to be considered for a lifetime ban.
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    Contact your local representatives with this message and ask them to apply pressure and force the NFL to clean up its act. They waste their time on plenty of other issues, might as well get them involved with this.
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  14. According to DA Fred Bright’s press conference …
    Ben ejected a drunken sorority sister from the VIP room. He didn’t say why. It has since been reported she was jeering him about the Nevada rape accusation. Later that same drunken sorority sister and a drunken cohort demanded to be let back into the VIP area. Officer Barravecchio refused. They said their friend was too drunk to be back there. Too bad, they weren’t getting back in.
    They told the club owner their friend was too drunk to be back there and the bodyguard wouldn’t let them in. He showed them how to bypass the bodyguard and go check on their friend. The club owner told the DA they never bothered to go.
    Later, these same two women dragged their friend to the cops and started screaming that Roethlisberger had raped her. When the cops asked the friend if she’d been raped, she said no. When he asked if she’d had sex, she said no. When hospital personnel asked if she’d been raped, she said “kinda.” The rape kit was negative for intercourse.
    The only people telling the story about Officer Barravecchio procuring Ms. Down to F–k for Ben Roethlisberger and keeping her friends at bay are these two drunken sorority sisters. If that officer and his family lose their income because of these two creatures, it just means this public lynching has claimed yet another victim. I hope he sues them. I wish they could be jailed.

  15. The dude should lose his job, he’s a disgrace to his professional colleagues . However, it does beg the question, why does he get fired but yet Ben gets a 4-6 game suspension when Ben was the raper?????

  16. Note several things. 1. This latest version of events suggested that Ben is commencing activities OUTSIDE the bathroom. This contradicts the eyewitness claims that: (a) she was seen talking with Ben at the stool outside the bathroom for a period of time (See bar manager’s statement); and (b) that no evidence of sex outside the bathroom exists. No one in the VIP area of any entourage or any body guard saw anything like that.

  17. He should lose his job, he assisted in a rape. Score for Ben, assist on the play by Barravecchio.

  18. Why is there going to be a vote by the town? What has he done to harm the town? The power of innuendo and hearsay. The officer should have NOT showed her the way to the bar, he should have her arrested for public drunkenness. Another drunken tart from the college.
    GO STEELERS!

  19. According to DA Fred Bright’s press conference …
    Ben ejected a drunken sorority sister from the VIP room. He didn’t say why. It has since been reported she was jeering him about the Nevada rape accusation. Later that same drunken sorority sister and a drunken cohort demanded to be let back into the VIP area. Officer Barravecchio refused. They said their friend was too drunk to be back there. Too bad, they weren’t getting back in.
    They told the club owner their friend was too drunk to be back there and the bodyguard wouldn’t let them in. He showed them how to bypass the bodyguard and go check on their friend. The club owner told the DA they never bothered to go.
    Later, these same two women dragged their friend to the cops and started screaming that Roethlisberger had raped her. When the cops asked the friend if she’d been raped, she said no. When he asked if she’d had sex, she said no. When hospital personnel asked if she’d been raped, she said “kinda.” The rape kit was negative for intercourse.
    The only people telling the story about Officer Barravecchio procuring Ms. Down to F–k for Ben Roethlisberger and keeping her friends at bay are these two drunken sorority sisters. If that officer and his family lose their income because of these two creatures, it just means this public lynching has claimed yet another victim. I hope he sues them. I wish they could be jailed.

  20. Is there any truth to the rumor that Barravecchio promised the Down to F— co-ed that if she went to the restroom Pig Ben would skullf*ck her til her gums bled? What girl wouldn’t be enamored with a proposal like that? Also rumored that after PigBoy jizzed in the back of her throat, he punched her in the mouth and left. While still in a daze, Barravecchio propped her up to the mirror, showing her the strawberry swirl dribbling down her chin. He is reported to have told her “You got what you wanted, so do me a favor and tell anyone that asks you slipped.” When you have a wingman like that he deserves a commendation, not this.

  21. When she first approached a police officer outside the nightclub immediately after the incident, Mr. Bright said, “The police officer asked ‘Did he rape you?’ And her response was ‘No.’
    Money hungry whore.

  22. @Deb
    You are a disgrace to any woman who has ever been sexually assulted. You should be ashamed of yourself defending these two creeps. I hope you don’t have a daughter. If you do, would you leave her alone with either of these two men? Bet not………

  23. Barravecchio has come under fire due to witness accounts that he led the woman who accused Roethlisberger of rape into the area of a Milledgeville, Georgia nightclub prior to the alleged incident.
    And of course here goes Florio twisting facts to get his page hits. She only accused Roethlisberger of “kinda” raping her. In fact her original statement contained the answer no when asked if she was raped. It was not until her sorority sisters got ahold of her that the word rape came up. Typical lawyer bullshit, turn the facts to suit you. Our legal system is a sham, especially if a guy like Florio can pass as a lawyer.

  24. @Biff Henderson …
    I have a wonderful idea. Why don’t you come out from behind your user name and tell that piece of fiction under your real name? On camera? Maybe Barravecchio’s lawyer could sue you for slander and offset any loss of income he might suffer if the city council in his community is as incapable of reading witness statements as you are. The lunacy you’re babbling doesn’t fit with the results of the medical exam, the witness statements, or any of the accuser’s multiple statements.
    Let me guess … you write adult comics … unsuccessful ones.

  25. Love how the Steeler fans rush to Ben’s defense. I can only hope Ben gets a hold of your sister to see if that doesn’t change your mind.

  26. @BigBear123 … if you have enough time to concern yourself with the arrest record of Football players, stop watching and get a life! Probably need a job.

  27. And then there’s the matter of deliberate destruction of evidence, something that carries a mandatory multiple year sentence in many states: the cameras and film in the dive. Why isn’t there more about this or do the off-duty cops who were told by Roethlisberger to destroy the evidence just going to duck that, as well?

  28. @BigBear123 … if you have enough time to concern yourself with the arrest record of Football players, stop watching and get a life! Probably need a job.

  29. —JimmySmith says:
    April 25, 2010 8:36 PM
    Love how the Steeler fans rush to Ben’s defense. I can only hope Ben gets a hold of your sister to see if that doesn’t change your mind. —
    Yeah, I hope my sister does too. That way she can falsely accuse him like the other women and try to squeeze some money out of him. Afterall, a woman doesn’t need “evidence ” or “credibility” to get people to believe that Roethlisberger raped her. She could make up anything that she wanted, and there would be a crowd of pitchfork-wielding mouth breathers there to support her, with Florio and other yellow journalists there egging them on. Thanks for the great idea Jimmy!

  30. Thank you Deb, don’t listen to those losers.
    virtueandvice, do you even read anything or are you just a drive by media person, like you appear to be. Translation = loser.

  31. Everything about this case stinks to high hell…
    Botched investigation
    Crooked cops
    Pay-offs
    Missing evidence

  32. Thanks, GirthyOne!
    @virtueandvice …
    Here’s the thing v&v: Being raped didn’t disconnect my brain. And since I was able to listen to the DA’s entire 71-minute press conference, I did. Three times. And since I was able to shift my attention from the selective postings on PFT and actually read the statements of MULTIPLE Georgia witnesses, I did. And since I was able to access and read Andrea McNulty’s full 34-page complaint and other court filings in Nevada that show her own text messages refute her story, I did.
    The most disgraceful thing in life is ignorance v&v–especially since we live in a time that makes research so easy. What happened to me doesn’t make me hate all men. That would also be disgraceful. Ben Roethlisberger is no saint. He needs to clean up his act. But based on the EVIDENCE, he’s no rapist. What’s disgraceful is this trial by media and public lynching. What’s disgraceful is so many people who feel free to comment and say hateful things without bothering to do their homework. What’s disgraceful is how many people are defecating on our Constitution.
    But I digress. I don’t speak for all rape survivors. What happened to me was an assault not an initiation. My opinions are my own. I’m sorry you find them disgraceful. It’s mutual.

  33. wyoff says:
    April 25, 2010 8:50 PM
    Yeah, I hope my sister does too. That way she can falsely accuse him like the other women and try to squeeze some money out of him. Afterall, a woman doesn’t need “evidence ” or “credibility” to get people to believe that Roethlisberger raped her. She could make up anything that she wanted, and there would be a crowd of pitchfork-wielding mouth breathers there to support her, with Florio and other yellow journalists there egging them on. Thanks for the great idea Jimmy!
    ==========================
    Good point because professional football players are constantly falsely accused of rape.
    Oh wait.
    It’s just Pigpen. Not other football players, not other pro-athletes, just Jaba the hud.
    Even Kobe wasn’t a serial rapist like the fat one.
    Everyone’s lying except poor Ben.
    Boo hoo.

  34. Maybe he can get a deal like the Rapistbeger finagled. 6 weeks of unpaid suspension, reduced to 4 weeks if he doesn’t rape anyone.
    The problem for Barravecchio is that his department hasn’t won any championships yet. If they had, Goodell could have stepped in and help appease the public outrage by trotting out a terminally ill child at the Council meeting.

  35. Deb says:
    April 25, 2010 10:09 PM
    Here’s the thing v&v: Being raped didn’t disconnect my brain. And since I was able to listen to the DA’s entire 71-minute press conference, I did. Three times. And since I was able to shift my attention from the selective postings on PFT and actually read the statements of MULTIPLE Georgia witnesses, I did. And since I was able to access and read Andrea McNulty’s full 34-page complaint and other court filings in Nevada that show her own text messages refute her story, I did.
    The most disgraceful thing in life is ignorance v&v–especially since we live in a time that makes research so easy. What happened to me doesn’t make me hate all men. That would also be disgraceful. Ben Roethlisberger is no saint. He needs to clean up his act. But based on the EVIDENCE, he’s no rapist. What’s disgraceful is this trial by media and public lynching. What’s disgraceful is so many people who feel free to comment and say hateful things without bothering to do their homework. What’s disgraceful is how many people are defecating on our Constitution.
    But I digress. I don’t speak for all rape survivors. What happened to me was an assault not an initiation. My opinions are my own. I’m sorry you find them disgraceful. It’s mutual.
    ==================================
    Did you do anything else Deb like stand outside the stadium with a “I love you Ben” sign?
    You are obviously and pathetically a groupie.
    Did you also read the last rape reports?
    But then again, as per your thoughts, maybe you were drinking when you got raped so you deserved it.
    You’re a piece of shit defending a rapist so your team might win a couple more games.
    Disgusting.

  36. I think Deb is Dutch.
    That is where that story came from. Dutch believes Ben invented the game of football and has been on a Ben is without fault campaign since the day this story came out.
    Google the blog he writes for and see for yourself.

  37. As he should….anyone who approaches a case like that should NOT be in a position of power whatsoever

  38. @ Deb
    You should call Roger Goodell… to hear you explain it Rapistberger deserves a medal of honor and not a six game suspension. He’s a dirt bag and you’re an idiot for making him sound like an innocent victim of money. The cop deserves to lose his job if he took part in supplying alcohol to minors much less anything else. Do you really think Ben is the victim here? Do you think Roger Goodell and NFL security are dumb? The commisioner wouldn’t have suspended Ben had their not been cause. Where there’s smoke there’s fire. This is Ben’s second time being accused. Even Kobe quit at one. Get a life.

  39. –mobey
    Good point because professional football players are constantly falsely accused of rape.
    Oh wait.–
    It happens fairly regularly, retard. Look it up. Eric Foster of the Colts was just accused of it. No charges, no suspension. Jerome Bettis was accused. Charlie Batch was accused. Michael Irvin was accused. Even Mario Lemeuix was accused. I could go on and on.

  40. –boltfanfromwv
    Where there’s smoke there’s fire.—
    This has to be the most overused cliche in this whole fiasco. Have any of you considered that being falsely accused once and fighting that false accusation could make one more likely to be falsely accused a second time by a person familiar with the first accusation? They could be sure that simpletons like you would go with the “when there’s smoke there’s fire” logic and assume that the second accusation is true just because there are two allegations.
    The DTF woman’s sorority girl friend had called Roethlisberger a rapist earlier that evening. They knew about the accusation in NV. What a perfect way to get back at someone who threw you out of the VIP room- talk your drunk friend into accusing him of sexual assault. Fools will give you instant credibility, and you can sell your story to TMZ. Brilliant!
    This is why in court prior bad acts may not be used to show a propensity to act in a certain way.

  41. @embarrassedsteelerfan and boltfanfromwv …
    No, embarrassedsteelerfan, I’m “Deb,” not Dutch. When this story broke, I posted that Ben was a reckless egomaniacal jackass. But a jackass does not a rapist make. If it did, 90 percent of the commenters on PFT would be rapists. Given the vulgar, misogynistic venom in his posts, it wouldn’t surprise me about Mobey, though. I’ve also posted that I supported the Steelers suspending Roethlisberger if that’s what it would take to get through to him–although I favored making him clean toilets at Heinz Field.
    My defense is of due process, not Roethlisberger. I’m sorry you guys aren’t bright enough to get that. It doesn’t matter if Ben has been accused one time or 500. What matters is the evidence in each case. Roethlisberger is no choirboy. But the evidence does not support the rape allegations. I don’t oppose the suspension. I oppose it coming from the league because the league has never before suspended a player in these circumstances, and there have been and are now other players accused of sexual assault.
    As for getting a life … well, bolt I’m a rape survivor … write and research for a living … spent nearly four years writing in a country that had no due process, where people could be convicted on the testimony of a single witness with no corroborating evidence (as everyone wants to do to Ben) … have covered several court cases … my brother and sister-in-law are criminal defense attorneys, and my brother just defended a hometown sports hero who “embarrassed” local fans; as a result, before the facts came out, both he and my brother got a lot of hate directed their way (sound familiar?) … we have a close friend who’s one of Fred Bright’s asst. DAs … and yeah, I’m a Steelers fan.
    So this case has a lot to do with my life, bolt. Why are you here?

  42. Deb,
    So it was just a rumor after all? Wouldn’t you know. Guess you can’t put too much trust in the blogging community these days. Thx for clearing that up for me.

  43. Well Deb,
    I worked in a rape crisis center for years and I can tell you this story is very common. Girl gets drunk, guy takes advantage of her. Girl goes through several emotions, one of them blaming herself. If girl decides to press charges(which most times she doesn’t, because society has taught her wearing the wrong clothes, being drunk, being somewhere where she shouldn’t, etc. will make people believe she got what she deserved) she often backs out because the many times she has to tell her story and relive it is too much for her. Many of these women spend years in counseling, their lives are in shambles for years, others suffer in silence. Many end up in several failed relationships, some become alcoholics, others drug addicts.
    I also have been on the other side and had my son falsely accused of assault.
    So save me your I’ve looked at everything and read everything with an open mind.
    This entire story reaps more of a guy taking advantage of a girl blacked out drunk, which is rape in almost every state in the country, then some girl made it all up.
    Major facts that all Ben supporters overlook, one cop has been fired for screwing up the investigation before it started, one cop has been told to stop working for Ben immediately and his job is still on the line. Another cop is still under investigation and his job is on the line. The girl has left school and has been and still is in counseling.

  44. @ DEB,
    “If you’d listened to the FULL press conference, the DA responded to a request for clarification on the bodyguard’s role by saying he just showed her where the bathroom was and didn’t know Ben went back there”
    What kind of a bodyguard doesn’t know where the person he is supposed to be guarding is?
    “The rape kit was negative for intercourse.”
    You keep saying this and it reeks of ignorance. I’m not sure you know what a rape kit is. It’s not like a pregnancy test where you pee on a stick and then wait for a negative or positive result.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_kit
    I have read many posts from people defending Roethlisberger but yours is the most blind and ignorant of them all.

  45. @atlantisbane …
    Well, I could quote wikipedia or CSI and play Ms. Med-Tech, but since I’m talking to the masses who don’t want to hear the gory details, it’s easier to just say the kit was negative. In actuality, the results showed bruising and trace vaginal bleeding, which could have been caused by various acts–including the use of his hands. However, the only bit of male DNA found during the rape exam was a miniscule amount so small it could not be tested for identification. The doctors could not confirm that the woman had intercourse. The lack of semen, absent any mention or evidence during the exam of a condom, would also indicate there was no intercourse. Even a withdrawal would have produced semen.
    Yes, I’m a rape survivor and well aware of what a rape kit is. How many pelvic exams have you had?? Just curious.
    She was out of sight only 10 minutes. She said repeatedly she did not have sex and that she was not raped before changing her story.
    The police officers in Ben’s employ were not formal bodyguards in the Kevin Costner sense of the word. I’ve worked with real bodyguards; there is a difference. They were acting as security/designated drivers. The officer in question, according to his own statement and those of other witnesses, was barring the entrance to the VIP area rather than the entrance to the bathroom. The VIP area with the bathroom at the back is a rather small area in a rather small nightclub. He knew Ben was in that area. Since Ben isn’t the President of the United States and he isn’t Secret Service, he didn’t have to keep Ben in his line of sight at all minutes. If you’ll recall, even the Secret Service were far enough away from George W. Bush that they weren’t able to throw him to the ground to protect him from the flying shoe.
    No, I’m not uninformed nor ignorant, anymore than I’m defending Roethlisberger for his inappropriate behavior–acting dumber than dirt. I’m simply refusing to call him a sexual predator when there’s no evidence that he assaulted anyone. If being a jackass were a crime, you’d be posting from prison, wouldn’t you?

  46. Hey Deb,
    Just because your idea of the perfect night out is having pigpen shove his pee stick into your exhaust pipe doesn’t mean it’s every girl’s dream.
    You see, flat backing groupies are different from drunk sorority girls.
    The latter mistakenly make bad decisions.
    The former think those same decisions are hot.

  47. wyoff says:
    April 25, 2010 11:36 PM
    Oh wait.–
    It happens fairly regularly, retard. Look it up. Eric Foster of the Colts was just accused of it. No charges, no suspension. Jerome Bettis was accused. Charlie Batch was accused. Michael Irvin was accused. Even Mario Lemeuix was accused. I could go on and on.
    =================================
    No, apparently from your examples it happens a lot in Pissburgh.
    But let’s look at facts.
    There are 32 NFL teams with 53 man rosters and 8 member practice squads.
    (Deb, don’t get excited when I talk about an 8 member. Even if you throw in a piss covered floor and empty toilet paper rolls, I’m not taking about your dream come true.)
    That means that at any given time there are 1952 active players.
    The average career of a NFL player is 4 years.
    So as you go back to Charlie Batch accusation in 2001 that was 3 cycles of players so now we’re talking about 5856 players.
    So of almost 6,000 players, you can name 3 who have been accused of rape and you claim it “happens all the time”. Again, it happens all the time in Pissburgh maybe, but not in other cities.
    Then let’s see how many have been accused twice.
    Maybe Michael Irvin? And the second was long after his career ended?
    Oh yeah, Fatass Pigpen is just being one of the guys.
    As long as your list of guys includes the Hillside Rapist.

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