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peyton manning sued for tea bagging trainer

Discussion in 'Sports' started by LOGAN, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. LOGAN

    LOGAN Burning in water and drowning in flame

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    Judge says lawsuit against Peyton Manning, father can proceed


    November 4, 2003
    BARTOW, Fla. (AP) -- A female athletic trainer's defamation lawsuit can proceed against Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and his father, a judge ruled.

    Judge Harvey Kornstein said Monday there is enough evidence for a jury to hear the case, which stems from a 1996 encounter during which Manning dropped his pants in front of former University of Tennessee trainer Jamie Ann Naughright.

    The quarterback, without using Naughright's name, talks about the encounter in the book he wrote with his father, ``Manning: A Father, His Sons and a Football Legacy.''

    Manning says in the book that he pulled down his pants while the trainer was examining his feet in the Volunteers' locker room. He said the trainer had a ``vulgar mouth,'' but concedes his behavior was ``inappropriate.''

    ``Crude, maybe, but harmless,'' he wrote.

    Naughright alleges Manning placed his ``naked butt'' on her face. She filed the lawsuit in Polk County, Fla., in 2002, two years after the book was published, saying it disparaged her and seeking at least $15,000.

    Besides Manning and his father, former New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning, the lawsuit also names writer John Underwood and publisher HarperCollins Inc. A trial is set for March in the lawsuit.

    The judge ruled there is enough evidence to suggest the Mannings, the writer and the publisher knew the passages in question were false and acted in reckless disregard for the truth.

    Naughright's attorney, Robert Puterbaugh, declined to comment Tuesday. The attorney representing the Mannings and the other defendants did not return a call for comment.


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    A Florida judge ruled that a lawsuit against quarterback Peyton Manning stemming from an alleged February 1996 incident can proceed. A former trainer at the University of Tennessee alleged that she was fired from her job as an assistant professor at Florida Southern College after details of the incident were published in the book, “Manning: A Father, His Sons and a Football Legacy.” The book recounts an incident in which Manning dropped his pants as the trainer examined one of his feet in the Tennessee locker room. The book says the trainer has a “vulgar mouth,” and adds that Manning’s behavior was “crude, maybe, but harmless.” The trainer alleges that Manning placed his testicles and “naked butt and rectum” on her face. A trial date has been set for March 29.




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  2. RandomNY

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    HE BETTER NOT MISS ANY GAMES BECAUSE OF THIS!!!!! HE IS MY FANTASY QUARTERBACK FOR MY TEAM!!!!!!!


    JUST PAY THE SLUT OFF AND SHUT HER THE FUCK UP!!!!@!!!!!
  3. IRISHJERICHO

    IRISHJERICHO IRA gun runner

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    Nice you think of Manning as a clean cut nice guy good to know he's not above teabagging some chick:drunk:

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