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Dalvin Cook Says Sergeant Gracelyn Trimble Threatened to Throw Hot Grits on Him in Extortion Lawsuit

In November, Sergeant Gracelyn Trimble filed a lawsuit against Vikings Dalvin Cook saying he physically and emotionally abused her for years, culminating in a situation at his home where an altercation took place in November of 2020 (the relationship officially ended in May 2021).

Cook’s agent and his attorneys immediately stated this was an extortion attempt from a scorned ex-girlfriend that was upset that Cook had moved on.

The pointed out at that time that Sergeant Trimble illegally entered his Cook’s home, assaulted him, and pulled a gun on him.

Trimble released photos of her injuries to strengthen her case. Cook’s attorneys said those photos had been altered and provided their own video of Trimble threatening to shoot Cook and pulling his hair.

Cook’s attorneys have now filed a defamation and extortion lawsuit against Trimble and her attorneys Daniel Cragg, Anne St. Amant, and their firm Eckland & Blando.

BSO has reviewed the lawsuit, and here are some of the new information it reveals.

Trimble has caused more than $10k of property damage to Cook’s possessions.

Trimble stated she would destroy Cook’s career if he didn’t buy her a Mercedes SUV and buy her a house.

Trimble altered the photos showing her injuries.

Trimble never informed Cook she was married the majority of the time of their relationship.

Trimble’s attorneys allegedly demanded millions of dollars from Cook.

The most damning part is an affidavit from Cook’s grandmother, who was close with Trimble.   According to Betty Cook, Trimble was upset after hacking into Cook’s home security system she saw him with another woman. Miss Cook then states Trimble admitted to her on the phone that she broke into Cook’s home, maced him, and pulled a knife and gun on him.

There are also text messages where Trimble threatens to through hot grits on Cook and how he has unlocked the “MONSTER” in her.

Trimble’s attorney had this to say.

Cragg called the action “completely frivolous,” saying the aim is to muzzle Trimble so Cook can continue to play. “The message here is she shouldn’t tell her story, and she shouldn’t talk,” Cragg said.

One thing is for sure this was a toxic relationship, and they are both better off being away from each other.

Flip the pages for portions of the lawsuits, the social media messages that Cook says hope prove his case, and Grandma Cook explaining how she was fearful for her grandson. Also video of Trimble threatening to shoot Cook.

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