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Ex-NFL CB Says He Didn’t Know Heroin & Chicken Were Being Sold at His Home

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, June 10th, 2014
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Deshea Townsend

Two men were arrested at a home owned by former NFL CB Deshea Townsend. During the arrest the cops found 1500 bricks of heroin, 16 guns and a live chicken.

Townsend who is a college coach now through his attorney claims he had no knowledge of the activities going on with his property.

Deshea Townsend has learned that arrest occurred at a property titled in his name in the Mount Washington area of Pittsburgh.

Although Mr. Townsend has not been associated with the Pittsburgh Steelers with since 2010, he continues to own investment property in the Pittsburgh area for rental purposes.

The property in question was the subject of a lease purchase agreement executed on March 2012. Neither individuals arrested in the drug bust were signatories to the March 2012 lease agreement.

Mr. Townsend employs a rental agents to conduct his affairs regarding this property and in no way, shape, or form is he associated with or suspected of any illegal activity or illegal actions that may have occurred at a property rented by him to others.

Mr. Townsend has instructed the rental agency to file the necessary paperwork for legal eviction process.

DeShea needs better rental agents.

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  1. cformusic says:

    LOL at Deshea selling birds and chickens out his crib..SMH!

  2. Derrick Williams says:

    nOT COOL…. headline very misleading!

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