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To all of the women NFL fans out there, they don’t deserve your money. Earlier this summer, the NFL handed down a 2-game suspension to Baltimore Raven star Ray Rice after video footage showed him dragging his unconscious fiancee out of an elevator.  Everyone speculated about what happened inside the elevator, but it wasn’t until this morning that people actually got a chance to see.

In leaked video footage obtained by TMZ, you’re able to see what exactly happened that February night in Atlantic City. We will warn you, it is graphic.

Let TMZ tell it, the NFL was fully aware of what went down in the video, before handing down the suspension. Before the suspension, Rice copped a guilty plea to aggravated assault and avoided trial after being accepted into a pretrial intervention program. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has since apologized for what many called a slap on the wrist as punishment for Rice.  Goodell created a domestic violence policy that says if a player is guilty of domestic violence, he will be suspended for six games for the first offense and face a possible life suspension for a second.
Too little, too late.

 

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  • binks

    The fact that this cold heartless P.O.S isn’t in jail is truly the problem here this goes WAY beyond football.

  • MimiLuvs

    Right now, I am going to make an assumption. I am going to assume that the same group of folks, who keep harping on the fact that Janay married Ray, have never been in a relationship where intimacy violence was occurring.

    And if you haven’t, all I have to say to you is “Thank Goodness and I hope you never will be”.

    Also… in regard to the marriage, what do you think would’ve happened to Janay, if she said “No” to Ray’s marriage proposal?
    I doubt he would’ve taken it in a positive manner.

    From 2001 to 2004, I worked in a privately-funded, shelter that housed abused women and their children. From 2004 to 2005, I volunteered for an organization that helped women and teenage girls, who were survivors of sex trafficking and forced prostitution.

    What do these two groups have in common?
    They put themselves in harm’s way for the ones that they loved. For the abused women, they stayed because they loved their husbands/boyfriends. For the girls and women, they continued to live with their pimps because they (the women and girls) believed that they were in love. Both groups were raised in environments where mistreatment was considered normal.

  • Mary Burrell

    He’s disgusting.