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"Stone Cold" Steve Austin

Discussion in 'Antimatter' started by StrahmCallin'!, Aug 29, 2004.

  1. StrahmCallin'!

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    Some of you may know him from WWE. His on air persona is classic. You know the whole redneck, drink beer, curse, and beat the hell out of everyone routine. Well it seems he may not be too far removed from his on air character in real life as now 2 of his ex GF's have accused him of wife beating and alcoholism. Check out the tabloids if you're interested. There have actually been police reports made of him getting trashed and beating up these gold diggers. :worship:
     
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    Wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin (real name: Steven Williams) allegedly assaulted his girlfriend during a dispute last week at the grappler's Texas home, according to this San Antonio Police Department report. Tess Broussard, 37, told cops Friday that she met with the athlete to discuss the couple's troubled year-long relationship. But Williams (referred to in the report as "SP," for suspect) became irritable and yelled at Broussard, "I'm tired of talking about this shit. Shut up!" Broussard (referred to as "C," for complainant) claimed that Williams then grabbed her, and she began struggling with the 6' 3" wrestler, who eventually threw her to the ground. Broussard landed on her hands and knees, and later told officers she had injured her right hand. Broussard provided a written statement to cops, who photographed her injuries and are now investigating the incident. This is not the first time the belligerent 39-year-old World Wrestling Entertainment star has been accused of injuring a woman outside the ring. In November 2002, Williams pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of assault for striking his then-wife during an argument. He was fined $1000, sentenced to a year's probation, and ordered to perform 80 hours of community service and attend a domestic violence counseling course.
     

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