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And this coming off him accidentally intruding into his neighbor's home.

 

How many times does this guy have to break the rules before this stops being funny and he's put in a jail cell?

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On 4/24/2020 at 4:37 PM, ReMeDy said:

And this coming off him accidentally intruding into his neighbor's home.

 

How many times does this guy have to break the rules before this stops being funny and he's put in a jail cell?

 

Were you under the influence of something when you wrote this?    He just moved to Florida and accidentally walked into the wrong house.    People across the country are laughing and you're talking about a jail cell?

 

Seriously?

 

Looking forward to you posting again when you're more sober....     

 

Yikes!     :peek:

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On 4/24/2020 at 7:37 PM, ReMeDy said:

And this coming off him accidentally intruding into his neighbor's home.

 

How many times does this guy have to break the rules before this stops being funny and he's put in a jail cell?

The accidentally intruding was in Leftwich house(TB coach). Same incident, not 2 seperate.

 

However, he did get kicked out of the park to, because he was violating stay at home order.

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He's a cheater, if the league actually cared, they'd stripped him of his titles and awards years ago. and banned him from the league. Pete Rose gets banned for betting that his team will win, but here in the nfl, Brady and hoodie can cheat to win and get nothing in punishment

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