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Well Stanley is about to lose his house and is in trouble for back child support, I will poat the case numbers etc when I get them so I do not get attacked for just bad mouthing good old Stanley. By the way this charity of his was not offical until Jan of this year. I quess he found another backpack full of money to do this.
Broward County Court case # CONO1100083 eviction on the house
Broward County Court case # FMCE11002464 non paymnet of child support
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Ahhhh, those old skeletons keep coming out.
I think HBO is going to regret tying themselves to him... as stuff falls through - he's going to toss them under the bus.
Sadly, before he did this, he could have reached out the Auburn Family network and probably gotten some help... now, he's cut himself off from everyone.
Where did those case numbers come from? Link?
Andrea made it clear to me that she had an agenda when she interviewed with Paul Finescum. She said a reason AUBURN was the center of this story was that AUBURN had a LONG history of paying for players. She was there (Auburn) during the Ramsey Pay for Play investigation!
OMG! Auburn deserved probation for "stupidly"! Not pay for play. Andrea's statement was a self-serving exaggeration.
At what time has Auburn EVER served probation for buying players since the 60's? There have always been accusations from the Necks, but never a HISTORY as Andrea puts it.
Ramsey was an average player at best. He had his hand out at every tailgate with baby carriage. His EVIL wife Twylita, an embezzler and extortionist used race to squeeze Auburn and this liberal Biocha Andrea Kramer enabled her.
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