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It’s starting to become very evident that Antonio Cromartie has less math ability than I do. The Jets’ cornerback who fancies himself a modern-day Noah, trying to repopulate the Earth all by himself, apparently hasn’t figured out how to make his $8M salary cover the child support for his ten (soon to be twelve) children, and still be able to pay his bills. The NY Post is reporting that the Tallahassee home Cromartie bought with his mother fell into foreclosure after they missed more than $100,000 in payments. Which is impressive, since the purchase price of the home was only $135,000. So essentially, Cro “bought” the home with his mother – presumably with some type of down-payment – and then most likely never made a single payment on it.
Although, I suppose it can be tough to keep track of just how many people need a check every single month. With all those kids (by eight different women, no less), maybe a monthly check to a bank just isn’t high on the priority list. Looks like it might be time to cash in on those little rugrats and get them all a TV show! Oh, wait...
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