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SPORTSbyBROOKS answers this question, digging up all sorts of information on Santonio Holmes' accuser, who "loves money" and "is not usually a b***h, but can be". How charming.

And Busted Coverage adds that Mills is a Central Florida student and Qdoba employee, represented by a 25-year-old attorney who has been practicing law for four months. So it will be very interesting to see where things go from here with this information coming out.

Getting To Know Steelers New Glass Receiver [SPORTSbyBROOKS]

Qdoba Lineserver Anshonae Mills (Photo) Hits Santonio Holmes With Lawsuit Via 25-Year-Old Lawyer [Busted Coverage]


Some interesting nuggets on the case from the Orlando Sentinel:
Public records show Mills has two prior arrests. She was arrested in June on a domestic-violence charge, which accused her of pushing her boyfriend into a wall at Pegasus Landing apartments. She was jailed, but the charges were later dropped, records show.

She was also arrested in October at Bright House Networks Stadium. She was accused of refusing to leave.

She was jailed for two days and later pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor trespassing and resisting arrest without violence charges.
Mills' attorney will be holding a news conference today to discuss the case. It's unclear if Mills will attend the news conference.


HomeRunFromBehindTheMeatballs said...

haha, excellent detective work! We know SBB never worked for the Orlando police dept!!!

Unknown said...

sure looks like she's more than capable of moving out of the way of a glass of alcohol...

Koz said...

I never thought I'd ask for more Pirates posts.

Can we get back to sports please?

I get that this is a story for Pittsburgh sports, but I really don't need a profile on Steelers' accusers. MH needs to stay above the SbB / Busted Coverage level. Save something like this for a throwaway in the links section for people that want this junk.

AJ said...

We should just be thankful she didn't try anything with Dan Bylsma... he loves Qdoba.

Louis Lipps is my homeboy said...

Actually, despite the ridiculous Twitter posts, I'm now officially leaning towards "bullshit" on these charges. Opinion is subject to change.

Either way, it's kind of disturbing that both incidents involving Steeler players have involved violence against women. Just not a good precedent to set.

okel dokel said...

I called BS when I heard her lawyer was 25 years old.