An insider revealed that the whole thing was hard for Jen to comprehend.
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Eli Manning is used to leading his team on the field.
Now, the New York Giants QB is leading a new campaign denouncing domestic violence and sexual assault.
Manning and two dozen current and former NFL players filmed spots for a new public service announcement that debuted today and will air during Thursday Night Football games this season.
Their message is so simple, it's only two words …
And this is why we have judges, to make the hard decisions.
Olympian Oscar Pistorius has been on trial all week after being convicted of shooting and killing his girlfriend last Valentine's Day.
Judge Thokozile Masipa's ruling will be handed down next week, but until then, the sides are definitely at odds.
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel thinks Pistorius should get at least 10 years, saying, "The minimum term that society will be happy with."
But Oscar's side is saying
This is so shocking and tragic!
A bunch of people gathered for a monster truck show in the Netherlands on Sunday, but things took a turn for the worst!
The truck driver lost control of the vehicle, and it went right into a crowd of people, tragically killing three of them, and one was only a child! 15 other people were injured as well.
Reportedly, either the brakes went out or the gas pedal got stuck, but the police are questioning the driver anyway.
You can see the footage from the crash (below) but be warned… it's graphic!
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the people who tragically lost their lives.
It looks like athletes aren't the only ones getting suspended these days! Now the sports writers are, too!
Just last week, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell finally held a press conference to talk about some of the turmoil surrounding the league, especially the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal.
However, not everyone was happy with his generic answers and question dodging, and one of those people was ESPN writer Bill Simmons, who did not hide his feelings about the controversial commish!
Someone's got some 'splainin' to do!
Although the Baltimore Ravens told the world that they had only seen the video that they ended up releasing their running back Ray Rice over, who was then subsequently suspended from the NFL, when it was released and the public first saw it.
However although they didn't see the video, which featured Rice knocking his then-fiancée out inside an elevator at the Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey, new reports are that the team's head of security was given a FULL detailed account by a police officer only hours after it happened.
One source even called the account made to Darren Sanders basically a "play-by-play."
Sanders quickly shared what he had just learned with some of the other team executives although exactly who was made aware is unknown at this point.
Another point mentioned in the ESPN report was
Just when we thought the whole Johnny Weir and Victor Voronov saga was over…
It seems like these two can't stay out of each others hair/the media.
The two are in the middle of an ugly divorce once again, and Victor has filed court documents that accuse Weir of lying during an interview with Access Hollywood.
In the interview, Weir said: