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Bench Warrant Issued For T.O.

It goes without saying that T.O. is not in a good place right now.

First it was the drug overdose that we still aren’t clear was a suicide attempt. Then there was the workout that no NFL scouts attended. Next, he’s suing an attorney who allegedly coaxed him into investing $2 million into a failed electronic bingo hall—

and now there’s a warrant for his arrest for not showing up to court.

According to TMZ, Owens failed to show up for an October 24 child support hearing in California. Per the report, Owens claims that the hearing conflicted with his public tryout.

Here are the problems with his argument:

First, the voluntary workout occurred on October 25th, so he could have made the hearing on the 24th. Second, because the workout was voluntary (which turned out to be a bust anyways) he should have had his priorities straight in order to get there.

I don’t know what’s going on with T.O. but it seems as if his life is in desperate need of some Dr. Phil-type intervention.

The ridiculous and obnoxious behavior displayed on his “reality” show clearly prove his show is anything but real, and the ego-driven, disgusting interactions with his poor-excuse-for-a-woman assistant Kita, should make T.O. stop, pause and ask himself the question:

How’s that working out for ya?

What do you think?

Your JGF,

~Angela Davis

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