Robert Griffin III has made some noise this week after he announced that a tell-all book would be released spilling the beans on the Washington Football Team, from their mismanagement of his knee injury that ultimately stifled his career and apparently will drop some knowledge on some of the sexual harassment that went on in the WFT locker room.
Fans immediately started to ask if the sexual harassment allegations happened to someone else on the team at the time or whether it was about himself. RGIII’s wife Grete cleared up the rumors and said the allegations were towards Griffin.
“Let’s clear up a misconception about “Surviving Washington”. In the book, Robert is not talking about other peoples experiences with sexual harassment in Washington,” Grete said. “He is talking about his OWN experience with sexual harassment in Washington.”
RGIII backed up his wife statement and spoke on why he is choosing to come out with these allegations now.
“Sexual harassment victims should share their stories when they are ready not when you want them to,” Griffin said in a post on Twitter. ” The book is not about other people’s experiences with sexual harassment in Washington. Its about my experience with sexual harassment in Washington. Hopefully you will listen.”
With this explosive claim, will this lead to another NFL investigation into the WFT? Only time will tell. If the book the Griffin is releasing is as telling about the franchise as RGIII claims, it very well could. Griffin is currently an analyst for ESPN’s college football coverage, with his last stint in the league being with the Baltimore Ravens as the backup to Lamar Jackson.
A few months back RGIII was asking for the Football Team to give him another chance in the league, but they declined to give him a tryout.
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