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Claudia Manrique, Reds Aroldis Chapman’s GF Who Was Robbed in His Hotel Room is Married

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, May 31st, 2012
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I knew the story was suspect from the beginning (Reds Aroldis Chapman Hotel Room Robbed..His “Lady Friend” Tied Up With Napkins).

When they found her tied up with napkins of all things it just smelled like a set up.  I figured in a couple of days the police would find out she was the mastermind, arrest her and the accomplice.

But, now there is a twist to the story, Manrique claims she is Chapman’s girlfriend, but it was her husband who picked her up from the police station.

No Guts, No Glory picks it up from here.

Pittsburgh police detectives for nearly 10 hours on Wednesday questioned a woman who said she was tied up and robbed inside the Downtown hotel room of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman while his team played the Pirates at PNC Park.

Detectives interviewed Claudia Manrique, 26, of Silver Spring, Md., until about 8:30 p.m. before releasing her to a man whom they identified as her husband. Police had filed no charges in the case as of midnight.

A checkup at the hospital revealed Ms. Manrique was neither injured nor sexually assaulted, and the case late Wednesday was being handled by detectives from the city’s Zone 2 station in the Hill District, who offered no glimpses into their conversations with the woman.

That is a very supportive husband don’t you think?

Was he in on it or did he just find out his wife was breaking lamps with a baseball player?

What would Terry Francona do?

I am so confused.

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