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Mackenzie Putnal Had Protective Order Against Kassim Osgood Attacker

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
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If you missed the unbelievable story of former Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleader Mackenzie Putnal and how she saved the life of Jaguars wide receiver Kassim Osgood from her crazy ex boyfriend Julian Bartletto you can read all the details here.

It is truly an amazing read especially the police report.

Not surprisingly this was not Mr. Bartletto first violent run in with Putnal since their breakup.

Some man don’t handle rejection very well.

More details have come out about how obsessed Mr. Bartletto was over Putnal:

The ex-boyfriend of a former Roar cheerleader charged in an attack on her and Jaguars wide receiver Kassim Osgood couldn’t handle their breakup and stalked her while threatening to kill himself, according to an April 20 protective order request obtained by the Times-Union.

She said he was upset about their breakup and had stalked her ever since.

He had “a very bad temper, he is threatening to shoot himself,” Putnal, 19, said in the injunction, adding she was afraid he might shoot her as well.

“He tried to run me off the road by swerving his vehicle into my vehicle, cutting in front of me and slamming on his brakes,” according to the document. He “then blocked my vehicle, yelling that he was going to kill himself.”

Bartletto was involuntarily committed for mental observation after that, but Putnal saw him again in the college parking lot April 19, the document said.

I want men to post this on their wall:

A WOMAN ISN’T WORTH THE MUGSHOT


I want women to post this on their wall:

THERE IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BAD BOY & CRAZY BOY

Still an unbelievable story.

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