It was reported last week that Bills defensive end Mario Williams sent his ex-fiance suicidal texts to try and get her back when she broke up with him.
Williams told the media today that those texts were taken out of context.
“Obviously it’s just a tactic to cover up the point of the whole thing,” Williams said. “It is what it is. I could really care less. All it is (is)...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has seen a very private matter get nasty and get public in a hurry.
Williams is suing his former fiancée Erin Marzouki to retrieve the $750,000 engagement that he presented to her.
In the fallout has come allegations from her camp of Williams possessing a dark side that gave him suicidal thoughts.
Mario Williams held a press conference...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams thought that if he sued his ex-fiancee, and got it out in the news, it would force her to return is almost $800,000 engagement ring.
Instead, that publicity has backfired on Williams, and he now has people questioning whether or not he’s a simpleton, and his mental stability.
Williams is now backpedaling, and according to USA Today...
Buffalo Bills star Mario Williams ex-fiancee Erin Marzouki has taken the dirty road in their break-up, as it's being reported that Marzouki has released text messages which shows that Williams is very suicidal.According to Pro Football Talk, Williams, Marzouki, and their attorneys met for three hours to come up with a fair resolution over the $785K engagement ring, but failed...
We like our athletes big, bold and fearless.
We tend to not allow much room for vulnerability.
They are however, quite human and as such they to fall prey to the same statistics that provide a snapshot into the sample size of American life.
Mental health awareness is gaining more exposure as the taboos and stereotypes that are associated with these various disorders are either...
CAUSE FOR CONCERN?
Mario Williams filed a lawsuit to recover an engagement ring given to his ex-fiancee, who's now brought up possible mental health issues concerning the former no. 1 pick.
Mario William’s first mistake was buying an engagement ring that cost him almost $1 million, and his second mistake was taking the advice of whoever told Williams to sue his ex-fiancee to get the ring back.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting that Williams ex-fiancee,Erin Marzouki, has hired her own attorney some sketchy details about Williams are about to be revealed.
Bills defensive end Mario Williams isn't any closer to getting back his $785,000 diamond engagement ring from his former fiancee, Erin Marzouki.
And Marzouki's attorney, Tony Buzbee, upped the ante on Friday by releasing a series of text messages he said were between his client and Williams that indicate how despondent the player was over their breakup in November.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the lawyer of Bills defensive end Mario Williams met with his ex-fiance’s lawyer to try to work out something out when it comes to her returning the engagement ring that Williams bought for her. Both sides were unable to come to an agreement and everything will likely have to be worked out in court.
“Texas law says that if the man breaks...
The former #1 overall pick gave his former fiancee an engagement ring worth almost $800K, but now that the nuptials have been called off, he'd like it if she'd give the ring back.