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  • Report: Former Giants Michael Boley Arrested For Child Abuse

    http://www.giants101.com/2013/05/02/...r-child-abuse/

    Excerpt: "Back in late 2011, it was reported that New York Giants linebacker Michael Boley was under investigation for repeatedly abusing his five-year-old son. At the time, his lawyer dismissed the accusation as nothing more than an attempt by the Mother to secure more child support money so that she could "increase her lifestyle."

    “These allegations were brought to our attention along with outrageous monetary demands in a contested child support case which she filed over a year ago,” said Randall M. Kessler, Boley’s attorney. “At final trial about a month ago, she did not seek an order restricting visitation. The only relief she requested from the judge was that child support be more than quintupled to, in her words, ‘increase her lifestyle.’”

    Those accusations were immediately followed up by another woman in Georgia, who also has a child with Boley, filing paperwork with a local court asking that his visitation be supervised.

    It wasn't the first time Boley had dealt with a domestic issue as the NFL suspended him for one game in 2009 after being arrested and charged with three counts of domestic battery. He allegedly struck his then wife, Chantelle." Read more...
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  • #2
    Wow! I know the article said that it probably didn't have anything to do with his release, but it calls to mind Jeremiah Parker.

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    • #3
      Michael boley arrested for child abuse in February

      Here's what we know ... Boley's case was scheduled to go in front of a grand jury in February 2013 ... but before that got under way, the 30-year-old NFL star struck a plea deal with prosecutors.

      Court officials in Etowah County, AL tell TMZ ... Boley pled guilty to child abuse -- and in exchange, he was ordered to enroll in a pre-trial diversion program and upon completion the charge would be dropped.

      http://www.tmz.com/2013/05/02/michae...w-york-giants/

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      • #4
        Uggh. Miserable

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        • #5
          Its amazing how scummy some NFL players can be when they have the world at their fingertips (Vick comes to mind). You can take the guy out of the slums, but cant take the slum out of the guy.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
            Its amazing how scummy some NFL players can be when they have the world at their fingertips (Vick comes to mind). You can take the guy out of the slums, but cant take the slum out of the guy.
            +1 million!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
              Its amazing how scummy some NFL players can be when they have the world at their fingertips (Vick comes to mind). You can take the guy out of the slums, but cant take the slum out of the guy.
              People in every walk of life are scummy.
              Last edited by RoanokeFan; 05-02-2013, 10:01 AM.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by TAILGATIN' View Post
                Its amazing how scummy some NFL players can be when they have the world at their fingertips (Vick comes to mind). You can take the guy out of the slums, but cant take the slum out of the guy.
                Yea... Humans will be humans, even if they are in the NFL

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                • #9
                  Wow. He never seemed like that type of guy, but who knows what people are like are behind closed doors.

                  This may seem morbid, but I assure you it's not-- does anyone know to what extent the abuse went to?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Ntegrase96 View Post
                    Wow. He never seemed like that type of guy, but who knows what people are like are behind closed doors.

                    This may seem morbid, but I assure you it's not-- does anyone know to what extent the abuse went to?

                    Well, based upon the plea bargin eached- no record if he does the program, i would assume the charges are viewed as either too hard to prove or are not incredibly serious (compartatively speaking)

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                    • #11
                      what is considered child abuse these days? spanking? slapping across the head?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by RoanokeFan View Post
                        People in every walk of life are scummy.

                        Yep. And these days, if you spank you kid it is called child abuse. So we shouldn't rush to judgement.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by kNicksGiants View Post
                          what is considered child abuse these days? spanking? slapping across the head?
                          That is what I am wondering. They said it was NOT of sexual nature, only physical. So did he spank his kid or was something significantly more serious done? That's why I hate jumping to conclusions about charges like this and others that are so vague but people automatically think the worse when they hear them.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by bg79 View Post
                            That is what I am wondering. They said it was NOT of sexual nature, only physical. So did he spank his kid or was something significantly more serious done? That's why I hate jumping to conclusions about charges like this and others that are so vague but people automatically think the worse when they hear them.
                            Amen

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by njersey View Post
                              Yep. And these days, if you spank you kid it is called child abuse. So we shouldn't rush to judgement.
                              +1

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