Details on Herschel Walker Threatening to Murder Ex-Wife and Lying About Money He’s Made, as He’s Making Senate Run in Georgia – BlackSportsOnline
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Details on Herschel Walker Threatening to Murder Ex-Wife and Lying About Money He’s Made, as He’s Making Senate Run in Georgia

Herschel Walker is known as one of the all-time college football greats, as a Georgia Bulldog. Unfortunately, over the last four years, Walker has made it known that he’s MAGA, and definitely loves Donald Trump. Now, he’s running for a Senate seat, out of Georgia.

Now, additional info is surfacing about Walker’s past, which continues to prove how much of a bad person the former UGA and NFL star has been. According to the Associated Press, hundreds of pages of public records showed shady moves in Walker’s business ventures, and even how he threatened his ex-wife in the past.

In Walker’s latest book, he even admitted that he played Russian roulette before, in 1991. He had a gun with a single bullet in it, and pointed it at his head. Walker says that he didn’t think about suicide, but he “just looked at mortality as the ultimate challenge.”

In February 2001, Walker even drove around Dallas, as he hunted down a man who supposedly avoided his phone calls, after being late in delivering a car to Walker.

“The logical side of me knew that what I was thinking of doing to this man — murdering him for messing up my schedule — wasn’t a viable alternative,” Walker said. “But another side of me was so angry that all I could think was how satisfying it would feel to step out of the car, pull out the gun, slip off the safety, and squeeze the trigger.”

In December 2005, Walker’s ex-wife, Cindy Grossman, then got a protective order, as she cited him having “violent and controlling behavior.”  She added that at one point, Walker said to her “I’m going to blow your f’ing brains out.” Walker also wanted to kill her new boyfriend.

For Walker’s business records, he claimed that his company employed hundreds of people, but a PPP loan last year stated that he just had eight. He has a chicken processing division in Arkansas, which makes $70 million to $80 million annually. Walker’s business associates added that he doesn’t even have a chicken processing plant.

In June, a Texas bank also sued Walker and another businessman due to $200,000 in unpaid debt. This was to try to help finance a local pizza restaurant. Walker was said to have “personally guaranteed the loan.”

Sounds just like a MAGA man.

Flip the pages for his being a scammer.

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