Apparently, no one expected this! It’s mostly a player’s hot girlfriend stealing the show at games but this time, it was the girlfriend of Texas special teams coordinator Jeff Banks who stole the show with her boob thirst traps via TPS;
There was plenty for Texas Longhorns fans to get excited about as their football team took to the field over the weekend for their highly-anticipated Spring Game.
Heading into the event, most people were talking about freshman phenom quarterback Arch Manning, as the nephew of Peyton and Eli Manning was set to take his first snaps in a Longhorns uniform.
Arch would struggle, and social media would let him hear about it.
The good news for Manning is he was somewhat overshadowed by an unlikely individual.
During the game, it wasn’t one of the players who was going viral and turning head on social media. Rather, it was Danielle Thomas, a.k.a. the Pole Assassin, who’s also the girlfriend of Texas special teams coordinator Jeff Banks.
Thomas posted a photo of herself flashing the horns-up in her racy, Longhorns-themed outfit. And social media took notice.
With a nickname like “pole assassin,” it’s not hard to figure out Thomas’ profession.
This isn’t her first time making headlines, either. A few Halloweens ago, “Pole Assassin” was hit with a lawsuit after her pet monkey bit a trick-or-treater.
The last time we caught up with Pole Assassin, she was settling a lawsuit over a monkey.
A couple has sued Texas assistant coach Jeff Banks and his girlfriend, Danielle Thomas, saying Thomas’ monkey bit their child in the backyard of Banks’ house on Halloween night.
The lawsuit was filed in Travis County District Court in Austin on Thursday on behalf of Amy and Casey Clinkenbeard and their child. It seeks damages for gross negligence and defamation.
According to the lawsuit, the child, identified as C.C., was trick or treating with two friends on Halloween and was invited to attend a haunted house. The lawsuit says that, after completing the haunted house, the child and his friends were taken to a monkey that Thomas kept in the backyard. According to the complaint, the child was told the monkey was trained to give high-fives.
“Instead of giving a high five, Danielle Thomas’s monkey aggressively bit down on C.C.’s hand and refused to let go,” says the lawsuit, a copy of which was obtained by ESPN on Saturday. “C.C. was forced to manually pry the monkey’s jaw open. There was so much blood that C.C. was unable to see the full extent of the injury.”
Flip to the next page for Thomas’ wild outfit and some of her stripper fits from back in the day.