- Feb 24, 2020
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First, you should't pretend to know a thing about anyone's intentions. Second, trying to up your game with the F word just makes you look stupid in my book. If Mick did something wrong, he should pay as clearly stated in prior posts. There are accusations about his behavior and how it was handled and if it was an internal issue. I'll let due process play out and people will pay a price for what was done. I won't pretend to be connected or let social media posters get me all emotional about how everything is jacked up. Innuendo and accusation isn't fact and the court of public opinion isn't due process. Callaway may very well be trash but he and the club are entitled to due process.In the spring of 2014 in Arizona, Callaway met a married woman when she accompanied her son to seek an autograph. She gave Callaway her phone number in the spring of 2015, she says, because Callaway offered to come to her son’s T-ball game and needed directions. As avid baseball fans, she and her husband were initially thrilled.
The woman and Callaway began an affair that was consensual and included Callaway sending her explicit photos and at least one lewd video. The relationship ended when the woman’s husband found out in February 2017. When her husband confronted Callaway via text about the situation, Callaway texted back that he had to inform MLB security because his cell phone was “company property.” (The Athletic viewed this exchange.)
I realize you came here in bad faith, and I hate to pile on. But due respect, what the fuck are you talking about when you say there is no evidence?