Former Dallas Cowboy Kicks MeToo Movement in the Teeth

This former Dallas Cowboy just kicked the #MeToo Movement in the teeth. Who knows; but this could be the beginning of things returning to normal for men.

In what has become an all too familiar circumstance, a well-known man at the height of his career has been accused of misconduct. In this case, the accused is former Dallas Cowboy wide receiver Michael Irvin.

I know of Irvin’s shenanigans when he played with the Cowboys. At one point he found himself embroiled in controversy of his own creation. He and other players would take female “fans” to what was affectionately known as “The White House” where they would engage in things the women’s movement claim don’t occur.

Real Reality Gossip wrote:

Nate Newton signed as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys in 1986. He was followed by Michael Irvin, who was selected by the Cowboys with the 11th pick in the first round of the 1988 draft. Years later, Nate and Michael got a new teammate, Alvin Harper, who was drafted by the Cowboys in the first round of the 1991 draft.

According to Press Box DFW website, Nate came up with the great idea of having a safe space where he and his teammates could relax and have some fun. Michael Irvin thought it was a genius idea. During an appearance on the show Undeniable with Joe Buck, he said he didn’t want to sneak around at hotels anymore. Alvin thought it was a great idea, as well. And with some help from Classic Property Management of Arlington, Texas, they found the perfect spot. Michael told Undeniable with Joe Buck the home was right around the corner from the Cowboys’ practice field.

Alvin signed the lease for a residence at 115 Dorsett Drive — a street named after former Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett, of course. Even though Alvin’s name was on the dotted line, no one actually lived in the home full-time. They would all go home to their wives and girlfriends on most nights, and the rent was reportedly paid for by multiple players.

After the story hit, Deion Sanders—my neighbor at the time—put Irvin up at his home as he sorted things out with his wife and the less adoring public.

Michael made a recovery and rebuilt his career. And that put him back in the spotlight.

Today however, Michael is a very different man. Gone are the days of chasing women for mere carnal pleasure. And Michael can thank his wife Sandy Harrell for weathering the storms with him for over 30 years. So when he was accused of misconduct at the height of his career, Irvin decided to fight back.

As this story explains, Irvin wants the truth to get out this time.

Michael Irvin’s quest to clear his name landed in an Arizona courtroom Thursday. And the former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver scored a big win.

TMZ reports “a judge has ordered that an Arizona hotel now must turn over any video it has of an interaction the Hall of Famer had with a woman that ultimately led to his removal from NFL Network’s Super Bowl coverage last week.”

The judge ruled Irvin’s attorney should receive the video by Monday. But that’s not all.

The judge also ordered that the hotel must provide the name of Irvin’s accuser … as well as anyone else who may have filed a complaint against the former football player. In the order, the judge also ruled the hotel must reveal the names of the NFL employees who received the complaints.

TMZ previously reported a pair of people who claimed to have witnessed Irvin’s alleged inappropriate conduct one week before Super Bowl LVII at an Arizona hotel indicated the three-time Super Bowl champion did nothing wrong.

According to TMZ, Irvin filed a $100 million lawsuit days after after being sent home from the Super Bowl.

$100 MILLION. That’s a number that grabs attention.

Because when someone sues these LYING SKANKS, we will find them a lot less eager to spread lies.

And that’s what this undisclosed woman is who made the “unspecified complaint”.

According to the lawsuit, witnesses backed Irvin’s initial claim that he “casually exchanged pleasantries” with the employee (“Jane Doe”), “shook her hand, and went to his room alone.” However, once Irvin and his team became aware of the allegations, they say they attempted to provide witness accounts to the hotel in an effort to rectify any misunderstanding, but they say the Renaissance refused to listen. In fact, the lawsuit accuses the hotel manager of reporting the alleged incident to the NFL “with the intention of damaging that relationship and canceling [Irvin].”

Irvin’s attorney says as a result of the allegations, the NFL legend had his reputation damaged and lost money because of canceled appearances.

So what REALLY happened?

A woman (unnamed) who worked at the hotel saw Michael Irvin as a mark. And as Irvin explained to the Dallas Morning News, the interaction was “a brief, public and largely non-physical encounter. He said he engaged in no physical contact with the woman beyond a handshake when they parted ways.”

“Honestly, I’m a bit baffled with it all,” Irvin said. “This all happened in a 45-second conversation in the lobby. When I got back after going out … I came into the lobby, and I talked to somebody. I talked to this girl. I don’t know her, and I talked to her for about 45 seconds. We shook hands. Then, I left. … That’s all I know.”

Irvin added in his comments to the Dallas Morning News that he hasn’t seen the woman since the initial encounter. He also said he couldn’t remember “the full nature of their conversation but insisted the only physical contact between the two was the handshake.”

“I don’t really recall that conversation, to tell you the truth,” Irvin said. “We were out drinking. It was just a friendly conversation. ‘What’s up?’ I don’t even know. … I am totally perplexed. … There was definitely nothing physical. … That’s honestly all that happened. Nobody was in my room. It was a 45-second conversation in the lobby, a handshake and we left. … I don’t know. I don’t know what this is, and it’s running me crazy.”

In the small amount of celebrity I have, I can attest to having no recollection of such encounters.

As celebrities we meet lots of people. We speak, shake hands, occasionally hug, and take many pictures. All harmless, and based on the situations. What seem like normal encounters can easily be turned into something that appears differently, depending on the spin and motive of the people involved.

Thankfully, conservatives don’t have agenda. However, Leftists do. And this woman saw Irvin as a potential meal ticket.

I’m glad that Irvin sued. I wish Kavanaugh had sued. I wish Justice Thomas had sued. I wish the many men wrongly accused of this nonsense would sue, because these scandalous women deserve to be sued.

Men should not be afraid to be men.


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