We have been monitoring the story about a stripper – Silvia Mena – who is suing Washington Redskins star Albert Haynesworth for 10 million dollars, claiming that he got her pregnant during Super Bowl week and has now abandoned her (pictures of Silvia Mena). I still haven’t been able to figure out how you can sue someone when you are only four months pregnant and the paternity is in doubt, but in America you can pretty much sue for anything these days.
According to TMZ.com, Haynesworth was totally blindsided by the lawsuit and the accusations. As I stated above, there is some doubt in his mind as to whether he is the father or not. Here are the details:
Albert Haynesworth — one of the NFL’s highest paid defensive players — claims he was “blindsided” by reports of a $10 million lawsuit filed against him, in which he’s accused of “abandoning” a stripper who claims she’s carrying his unborn child … this according to sources close to the situation.
We’re told the Washington Redskins superstar has privately acknowledged having a few sexual encounters with the woman during Super Bowl week back in February, but he’s adamant that he used protection.
Our source also tells us Haynesworth has said he will “absolutely” take responsibility if the woman can prove the child is his.
We’re also told Albert says he never dated the woman … even though she reportedly claims they carried on a relationship after Super Bowl week.
To be honest, I am more inclined to believe Haynesworth’s version of events. I was in Miami for the Super Bowl and it was like an episode of Zane’s Sex Chronicles (I cannot confirm or deny if I was in any episodes).
It seems plausible that Haynesworth was sampling everything he could from the female buffet while he was in town. The only real question is, if you believe Haynesworth was really using protection, how did Miss Mena get pregnant?
That seems to be the 10 million dollar question. Either Haynesworth is lying about going “Eddie Murphy Raw” or Miss Mena is lying about the pregnancy. At some point the truth will come out; it always does.