Found March 13, 2012 on
You probably know of Heath Evans as the bald former fullback who has an NFL Network gig. Tonight we know of Heath as the guy who is claiming his Twitter account was hacked with claims that Heath is using @HeathEvans to pull some poon. The tweet, posted this evening, was quickly RT’d by a few eagle eyes before the former Saints & Patriots lead blocker got control of things. Heath says there’s a very good answer to this situation.
Of course, the hacking defense, according to WWL TV in New Orleans.
For those wondering, yes, Heath is married to the beautiful Beth Ann Evans. The couple’s story of dealing with Beth Ann’s sexual abuse in grade school is well documented.
Beth Ann was abused sexually almost daily by a classmate as a third grader. That was a long time ago, but it will never be long enough.
“We were driving home to meet my family the first time, and we weren’t even engaged yet, she just mentioned it off the cuff, and I remember expressing my remorse to her, ‘Oh I’m so sorry’ and I just left it at that, there was no further conversation with her,” Evans said. “Nothing really else came out of her mouth.
Why would someone aim a claim of adultery at Heath Evans? A random NFLers account just waiting to have an adultery claim thrown onto it while everyone is watching NCAA basketball? Something doesn’t add up here.
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