UPDATED: Arian Foster Baby Momma Alleges He Is Pressuring Her to Abort Pregnancy
UPDATED: Arian Foster has responded to Brittany Norwood's allegations with legal documents of his own. According to TMZ, Arian Foster believes the woman carrying his child is trying to use the fetus to launch a reality television show and calls her a "shameless fame whore." Norwood has chosen to go with the gentler label of "blondashian:"
Photo by Groovehouse Baby mama drama or something worse?
"In his legal docs, Foster claims Brittany has 'already indicated in social media postings announcing that she will participate in a reality show revolving around her pregnancy and thereby draw additional media attention.'
Foster included a recent screen grab from what he believes to be Brittany's Twitter page in which she wrote, 'Shooting interviews for the last casting reel for my family's reality show #blondashians.'"
Foster is begging the judge to shut down Norwood before the whole thing becomes a media carnival. The judge has not granted Foster's request, and if preventing a media carnival is the goal, I'd say it's probably too little, too late.
They say to never leave a movie until the credits are done rolling, because nowadays, you might actually miss a bonus scene.
In the sad, sports-tragic movie that was Playmakers: Texans 2013, we all assumed that when Matt Schaub threw that final interception of the season (which, along with the interception he threw on the first play of the season, were the bread to the biggest crap sandwich of a season in team history) that the movie was over, so we grabbed our coats to go home.
With Bill O'Brien getting hired in the background, we let the credits on 2013 roll. We thought the movie was over, but this is why you never leave the movie. Because with the Texans, it feels like it never ends.
Arian Foster, come on down.
Amidst the rubble of the Ed Reed release, Schaub's pick six barrage, Gary Kubiak's stroke-like episode, Andre Johnson's walking off the field against Oakland, the three-rookie cigar party and DeAndre Hopkins's Instagram account (and I'm almost certain I'm leaving like ten other things out here), Arian Foster had managed to steer clear of much of the sensational drama that seemed to bury the rest of the team.
All things considered, the disappointment that enveloped Foster's season was garden-variety football stuff -- a dip in production and a few injuries that eventually culminated in back surgery about halfway through the season.
However, it appears Foster managed to keep busy during his down time.
According to a report on TMZ and a lawsuit filed in Texas, Foster tried to strong-arm a University of Houston senior by the name of Brittany Norwood, 20, into aborting a pregnancy that resulted from an ongoing relationship the two have had throughout the fall.
According to an interview with KHOU, Norwood claims she had no idea Foster was married when they first had sex back last summer. However, Foster is married with two children, a young daughter and an infant son.