Terricka Cromartie Faked Suicide Because Antonio Cromartie Cheated | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Terricka Cromartie Faked Suicide Over Fears Antonio Cromartie Was Cheating on Her

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, May 20th, 2012
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Seems a bit dramatic don’t you think?

If true and I am sure the 911 recordings will confirm or not, either Terricka is extremely insecure about her marriage or on the extreme side needs mental evaluation.

Terricka Cason Cromartie, while seven months pregnant with their second child, sent her cornerback hubby these heart-stopping texts:

“God forgive me, I don’t want to die. What have I done?” and “I cut my wrists. I took those pills.”

Cromartie, who was in Miami, frantically called the Randolph Township, NJ, police at 2:43 a.m.

“There’s a problem at my house. She’s bleeding. She cut her wrists,” he told the dispatcher.

When no one answered the bell or phone at 21 Fairfield Ave., cops broke down two doors with an ax and sledgehammer, ran upstairs and found Terricka in bed with her two daughters.

Not a drop of blood in sight.

Terricka confessed she had faked the suicide try because she thought Cromartie — who has 10 kids, including eight with seven other women — was “cheating on her.”

“She stated that she had no intention of going through with the act,” says a police report on the May 6, 2011 incident. “She said she was exercising her First Amendment right to free speech and could say whatever she wanted.”

The jealous wife also admitted sending text messages “to the woman she believes is romantically involved with her husband.”

She apparently tried to scare off her would-be rival, “telling her that both she [Terricka] and her husband have [word redacted] even though they do not,” the report says.

Officers told Terricka she had to undergo a psychiatric evaluation at a local hospital. Terricka objected, saying that a paid driver was coming to take to her to the airport to go to Miami, and that she would be in her sister’s wedding that weekend.

But cops insisted she was “in need of involuntary commitment.” She became “belligerent, uncooperative, irrational and argumentative.”

She said she had no one to watch her kids, but finally agreed to be hauled off. The state’s child-protection agency took temporary care of her daughters, one from a prior relationship and one with Cromartie.

Once again, police reports would confirm the validity of the story, but I am sure some of it is true. Maybe Mrs. Cromartie didn’t think Antonio would call the police, but any decent human being will call the cops if someone is threatening to kill themselves, especially the wife and mother of their children.

Suicide should never be used as a pawn in anything.

Doesn’t matter if Cromartie was cheating or not, that is irrelevant to the story, if true that is a very heartless thing to put anyone through especially with children in the home.

We have reached out to Mrs. Cromartie so she would have equal opportunity to tell her side of the story, so far there has been no response.

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