Monday, July 9, 2007
Role Models Urlacher and Goran Headed in Wrong Direction: Updated 11-28-08
The Chicago Bears linebacker is accused of texting abusive messages to the mother of his two-year-old son. Urlacher's ex-girlfriend, Tyna Robertson, has said in court pleadings that text messages sent by Urlacher include the following:
"Go to hell you f------ ----." "Grow the f--- up and quit praying and get a job."
"You're a f------ fruit cake." "Your raising a little p---y."Robertson claims Urlacher has sent her more than 30 text messages this year, calling her a "hooker" and "jealous b----." Urlacher's lawyer has replied, "it is our past experience that much of what she claims is self-serving fiction," and there's certainly plenty of evidence for that. In court, Urlacher testified that he di not recall if he sent the text messages. Robertson once accused "Lord of the Dance" Michael Flatley of raping her and sued him for $35 million. That case was thrown out of court. Flatley has sued Robertson for extortion and defamation.
Come on Brian and Tyna. For the sake of your son read about Parental Alienation and then avoid doing it! A child needs to respect and love both parents.
Update: In a recent court battle between Brian and Tyrna concerning visitation, a hint of maturity emerged. Tyna acknowledged that her son needs to be parented by Brian just as much as he needs her. Legal Pub commends Tyna for a step in the right direction.
Goran Visnjic is a Daddy?
Speaking of children, in what should have been the head line story, 'ER' Star, Goran Visnjic is denying that he is the father of a 4 month old girl. Mirela Rupic, 36, has filed a lawsuit after Visnjic refused to recognize the child as his. A paternity test will likely be filed. Her lawyer is Nenad Skare. Goran is leaving ER at the end of the season.
Update 7-16-07: Goran has recently admitted to the affair and is stepping up to the plate and taking a paternity test. He has agreed to "accept all consequences of my act."
Update 11-28-08: Brian Urlacher dresses his son in pink Cinderella diapers and paints the 3-year-old's toenails blue according to the child's mother, Tyna Robertson. The nail polish is one reason Tyna has sought to stop Brian Urlacher from seeing his son. Urlacher is represented by attorney, Anita Ventrelli. Robertson is represented by Alice Wilson. Urlacher filed a motion to stop Robertson from keeping Kennedy away from him. Wilson backed up Robertson's allegations that Kennedy was being dressed in Cinderella diapers and getting his toenails painted. "It's Brian and Brian's girlfriend... It's happened on five consecutive visits," accused Tyna.