Lance Armstrong let his girlfriend take the fall for his Christmas hit & runs

Lance Armstrong

Last week, Lance Armstrong revealed he still has a massive attitude about his doping scandal. He still doesn’t understand why he was banned from competitive sports for life. He wants forgiveness but believes he fairly won his titles. His life is so unfair with only a borrowed mansion and Lancaritas to fill the day, you know? Lance also admits he’d dope again but thinks his “time out” should be over. (“Mom, can I come out of the corner now?”)

Just when I thought Lance’s sense of entitlement had reached its apex, law enforcement reveals he cheated his way out of hit-and-run charges. Lance spent the Christmas holiday in Apsen with his girlfriend (and mother of two of his five children), Anna Hansen. They hit some parties, and Lance reportedly hit two parked cars in Aspen. Instead of owning up to his (allegedly) drunken state, Lance let Anna take the blame. Here’s the lowdown from Page Six:

Authorities say disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong hit two parked cars after a night of partying in Aspen but agreed to let his girlfriend take the blame to avoid national attention.

Police say they cited Armstrong after the Dec. 28 hit-and-run but only after his girlfriend, Anna Hansen, admitted to lying for him.

Police say Hansen told them she had been driving home from a party when she lost control of Armstrong’s SUV, hitting the cars. But Hansen eventually told officers Armstrong was driving, and they both decided to let her take the blame.

Armstrong declined immediate comment, and his attorney didn’t immediately return a call.

[From Page Six]

Us Weekly confirms Lance was loaded. Anna took the blame because “Lance had a little bit to drink.” She didn’t want the press to destroy him over drunk driving. Anna now tells police she and Lance agreed to have her take the blame “in order to protect their family.” Well, it didn’t work. Lance has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident. They won’t be able to prove his drunkenness, but maybe there will be other consequences.

Lance lied for many years about his doping. He doesn’t think he did anything wrong by doping. He’s perfectly fine with letting the mother of his children risk criminal charges so he can rebuild his marred image. And he thinks nothing of driving drunk. Lance Armstrong is a terrible person.

Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong

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  1. Crumpet says:

    Sociopath. Straight up.

    • mimif says:


      • Gea says:

        Nothing is really of limits for this guy when it comes to dishonesty and etc. His wife took the blame this time perhaps next time his child will step in to shield his father wrong doings.

      • TeaAndSympathy says:

        Sociopath, and an A-grade wanker.

    • Kiddo says:


    • Esthetix says:

      Agreed. I’m glad karma is finally catching up to him. He was so powerful a few years back. Gives me a little bit more faith in the world.

      • Someonestolemyname says:

        Yes, he’s a total Jerk. Creep.
        Can’t stand the man.

      • Kiddo says:

        Someonestolemyname, Too late. Your life-size wall poster has already been shipped.

      • Bridget says:

        Kiddo, so that was you that stole it off my bedroom wall?

      • Someonestolemyname says:



      • homegrrrl says:

        I live near “Apsen” and people in the service industry Kiss his arsenicArse. I broke up with a man who insisted on shaking his hand for having won so many tours. It’s not the doping culture that is his slice of evil, it’s the bullying diversive techniques and making other people pay the price for his crimes. Add that to the fact that he’s worth over one hundred million and I am in a catatonic state of depression over the unfairness. I loathe this man, but the bright spot is I no longer have that Ignorant BF who congratulated this criminal!!!

    • booboobird says:

      but I had cancer. so I don’t deserve all this you mean mean people! weeweeweeeee

      • Lady D says:

        Lance met my nephew when he was 2. My nephew had the distinction of being the youngest person in Canada to get testicular cancer. Lance went to the hospital to meet him and stayed with him before and after his op. Lance also kept in touch with him. It has to be the only decent thing this grade_A assh*le has ever done.

      • Esmom says:

        Lance did nice things like this, yes, but I don’t think his motivations were at all pure. Any good he did was purely as a “shield” to hide behind when the doping allegations surfaces.

        I hope your nephew is doing ok!

      • Belle Epoch says:

        BOOBOOBIRD exactly! We all fell for it! It was a great story: tragic athlete gets cancer, works his way back to triumph. Except… He may have caused his own cancer, and he cheated. And isn’t sorry. And is a world class d-bag. The girlfriend needs to work on her priorities.

    • Sherry says:

      Narcissistic Personality Disorder … It’s all about him. She is the classic spouse, covering up and making excuses for his douchebagging ways.

      • homegrrrl says:

        If she didnt’ cover for him, he’d have deserved multiple charges of drunk driving. She’s a fool. Hope the lavish lifestyle compensates for her own guilty reflection in the mirror.

    • pantalones en fuego says:

      Was just coming to say that. Textbook sociopath.

    • Katie says:

      Asstute assessment of that one! I was coming to say that after the way he’s handled his doping scandal and subsequent punishment, is anyone really shocked he’d let someone else take the blame for his latest bad behaviors?

    • Iheartgossip says:


    • Isabelle says:

      yes, he definitely fits the text book description of one. Seriously what woman would want to date him? His career is finished, he displays sociopath tendencies & is an addict. Not a man you should bring home to momma.

    • Nicole says:

      Certainly a narcissist.

    • Jag says:

      Yep, and the girlfriend is an enabler or stupid. Pick one.

  2. Deanne says:

    He probably bullied her into lying for him the same way he did his teammates and others while he was doping. Lance Armstrong is a sociopath who only cares about Lance Armstrong.

  3. mimif says:

    Well, that last pic of Lance pretty much sums it up. #busted

  4. BendyWindy says:

    Doesn’t he have more than two kids?

  5. OhDear says:

    He is so vile.

    Also, like with George Zimmerman, how does someone like him have a girlfriend?!

    • Someonestolemyname says:

      After the way he treated sheryl crow, I never liked him.
      He is a total a–wipe Jerk!

      • WTF says:

        Do Tell – I didn’t know that he mistreated Sheryl Crow

        Not that I’m surprised. Watching any of his interviews it is clear that he is nuts.

      • Veruca Salt says:

        From what I recall reading, he broke up with her through text and was already cheating on her.

      • MariPoodle says:

        Also dated Tory Burch. Definitely has a type.

    • Slim Charles says:

      Why do women keep putting up with these guys? And if he dumped her, there’d be 20 more waiting in line.

      • Green Girl says:

        That’s the part that I don’t get, that so many women are happy to take her place.

      • MariPoodle says:

        Because if you’re a little bit insecure, even a tiny bit, then a famous man (for whatever reason) raises your profile/importance index. You go from “nobody” (in their mind) to Noticed Girlfriend of Famous@@hole.
        See: all those women that want to ‘date’ serial murderers in prison, etc.

        I once dated a guy who was a ‘Somebody’ (relative to my anonymous self). All of a sudden people who would have never given me the time of day were fawning over me and very solicitous. I hated it because I knew it had nothing to do with my real value as a human being, but at least I learned a lot about humanity in that relationship. If I had been naïve I would have bought into the “important” feeling.

    • JenniferJustice says:

      Because he’s rich and women want the lifestyle. I Googled – his networth is $125 million.

      Am I the only one that sees danger ahead for his wife? He’s a liar, a cheater, irresponsible, willing to throw loved-ones under the bus to save his own ass, sees himself as a victim when he does wrong. People like that don’t truly love anybody, but are simply users and manipulators. I don’t see them ending well. Hope I’m wrong, but I’m smelling another Pistorius.

    • lucy2 says:

      I can understand Lance a little more than Zimmerman. That one seriously puzzles me, but there are always people out there who for whatever broken reason, are drawn to messes like that.

  6. Mel M says:

    While I think he is a cheater and deserves what he got, I don’t understand why athletes in other sports who get caught using PEDs get punished but they are still allowed to go back and play. I also feel like there is more uproar about PED use in baseball then in football.

    • bbg says:

      Huh? Why do some athletes have to do to JAIL for it, but he got off? There is a double standard, and Lance got the better end of the stick!

      • Mel M says:

        Maybe, but there are a lot of football players that have been caught using PEDs and all they get are suspensions of a few games.

      • bbg says:

        that is comparing apples and oranges, though. different sport. moreover, with Lance, it is more than the doping; it’s that he knowingly litigated people, who were telling the truth, into bankruptcy. he is one evil man. How anyone can have even an tid-bit of sympathy for the man is astonishing, in my book.

    • Sarah says:

      Because sports have their own governing bodies. You are correct that leagues like the NFL are more concerned with illegal drugs than PEDS. My issue with Lance (and why I think this current story is very telling – and also why I don’t think he will ever have “redemption” as some bad boy athletes do) is that he didn’t just dope. That affects him and those he competes against. When he says he would dope again if it were the 1990’s, I’m OK with that as it is an honest answer. The question I would like to ask is if he would still lie and throw people under the bus – ruin peoples’ lives – to keep the secret. I think I know the answer to that and its why I can’t stand him.

      • Mel M says:

        You’re right, it just gives a convoluted view of PED use in athletics to me. With some sports we are supposed to be shocked and angry and with others we are just expected to think oh well they made a mistake and will be punished but they will be back playing in the near future.

      • Sarah says:

        Mel M I also think there is a difference in how people are treated within their sports based on how they act. For example – baseball. Mark McGuire has admitted he took PEDs and is a hitting coach – ok within the sport. He probably will never get into the Hall of Fame, but he is still in it. Barry Bonds has taken the Armstrong route and decided to take down those who question him. Never admitting anything. Stupid. He’s nowhere near the sport. If Lance had admitted to doping, I think he would probably be fine. As he rightly says – everyone was doping in cycling at the time. But – he not only denied, he sued people, destroyed lives, bankrupted people. All while posing as a humanitarian. Americans forgive a lot and love a comeback story, but not like that.

    • Jessica says:

      I think the fact that he wasn’t part of a team factors in (I know cyclists have a ‘team’ for most races but they win/lose alone). If a football or baseball player is doping, it might have an impact but it’s not like they won the games alone. Unless you’re a Brady or Manning it probably didn’t have that much effect on the outcome of the games you played overall.

      Whereas in cycling or tennis (where doping is also a huge deal) wins or losses come down to one person. If that person is doping it really throws every game they’ve ever played into question in a way doping in team sports doesn’t, so it’s immediately a bigger deal. And there’s no one to really take some of the blame, whereas athletes who play team sports can speak about the pressure placed on them by their team/the team culture and get the blame shifted a little, and the higher ups will often eat it if they want to retain the player.

      • Esmom says:

        Actually Lance’s doping was a team sport — everyone on his team was involved and subject to his threats and intimidation.

    • Bridget says:

      Because in professional sports drug testing and consequences are collectively bargained – so the Player’s Association has to agree on it. It’s in the best interest of the players to have a second chance. With baseball, it turned out that PED use was so absurdly prevalent, and had tainted some of the most hallowed records, that fans were losing faith in the entire institution. It was as flagrant as cycling, it was so bad.

      Within amateur athletes and the Olympics, bans are much stiffer (2 years at your first confirmed offense) but you’re starting to see more and more individuals calling for a lifetime ban.

    • Lama Bean says:

      Lance doped for years and the same may be true for football players. But…. He also ran an entire team of dopers (Levi Leipheimer and others) and pressured them into doping or being kicked off the team. Systematically evaded drug tests and paid people off to hide results. Discredited people who came out against them and crippled their image and bank account. The extent of his actions are sooooo far reaching its unreal.

  7. bbg says:

    Thank goodness people have finally got Lance’s number. He is a terrible person — always has been, always will be.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I was totally fooled by him. I feel so stupid.

      • mimif says:

        Aw don’t feel stupid, GutenRamen (yasss to that typo!), so many people were fooled. The guy is just a clinical asshole, plain and simple. Now let’s drink mimosas and work on our dance routine…

      • PunkyMomma says:

        GoodNames – I was totally taken in by him. Wore the LIVESTRONG bracelet. It makes me ill.

      • Kiddo says:

        Let’s drink momoas and wear beige booty shorts while playing soccer!

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I feel so much better! Thank you!

      • FLORC says:

        Well, LiveStrong has nothing to do with him. Not sure when that happened, but I think he was only on the board and the name was leased.

        Ugh this guy has no sense of shame. Always the victim.What a pos.

      • AG-UK says:

        Everyone was. I am from Texas and I was whoopping it up when he won after the cancer but all the people I knew in Austin always had bad stuff to say about him. That documentary was an eye opener that poor woman he and his team discredited her and her husband. No one would stand up and say a word. OT all his wives/gf’s look like girls on the cheerleading team at my high school gazillion years ago.

      • MariPoodle says:

        I know/worked with an MD who had inside info on Lances’s pharmaceutical behavior back in the day and even I at the time had a hard time reconciling “America’s Cycling Hero and Cancer Philanthropist” with was I was being told. I didn’t want to believe it even though I knew Mr. MD would never make this stuff up. My brain heard but my heart wanted to deny it. But that little kernel of doubt in Mr. Armstrong never left after that….
        I think it’s the same feeling if your husband/partner is cheating. You know but at first don’t want to know.

  8. RJ says:

    I believe a witness came forward about the fact that he was driving, which is why she had to retract her original story. In this day and age is boggles the mind that anyone, celebrity or not, doesn’t realize there’s an excellent chance that anything they do in public is being recorded on a camera somewhere.
    I used to be his #1 fan (he was always a jerky asshole, but his whole triumph over cancer saga was really inspiring), I now have very little faith he will ever realize the extent of the harm he did, and work to redeem himself in any way. I wonder how his gaggle of kids will turn out, praying their mothers have their heads on straight even though they seem to be used like Lance’s doormats.

    • Sarah says:

      Yes. The valet at the hotel said that he remembered helping her into the passenger seat. She tried to lie again and say they stopped at the store and changed drivers but eventually she came clean.

    • Cannibell says:

      Beware the peasants!

    • anne_000 says:

      Yup. The only way either of them fessed up was because the cops kept investigating and found the valet who remembered the gf went to sit in the passenger seat. It wasn’t because either of them felt any remorse or sense of ethics. It was because they were caught. But even after being caught, they lied again about switching seats later on (like Sarah said, at the store). So they kept lying until there wasn’t any more room to lie.

      And Lance’s actions and mindset in trying to run from self-responsibility yet again and using other people as a scapegoat or target seems to be his M.O. He blows my mind, but in a terrible way.

    • MediaMaven says:

      “I wonder how his gaggle of kids will turn out”

      I’m surprised he didn’t roll on one of them when the police didn’t believe the girlfriend was driving…..”yeah, officer, the boy was driving…….and he wasn’t wearing his seat belt or sitting in his car seat, and oh, he doesn’t have a license……………throw the book at him”.

      • RJ says:

        +1 @MediaMaven! I don’t know how a man like him with so many kids can look them in the eye and talk to them about honesty, integrity, and character.

  9. Micki says:

    User and abuser. And she is an enabler.

  10. santana says:

    Can’t wait for the Stephen Frears film about him starring Ben Foster. I’ve heard actually the film will try to balance the accusations with a layered performance by Foster that won’t be totally derogatory. That’s what a friend who worked on the London production told me

  11. Mia4S says:

    Some women are terrified to be alone aren’t they? This man is a lying awful person who doesn’t love or value her and yet there she stays. Or maybe she’s an awful, disgusting, piece if garbage too? Well then it’s nice they found each other.

    Two words for the kids: Boarding School.

    • birdy says:

      Yeah, she did the wrong thing but this guy is scary. How is she going to safety leave him without him trying to do a number on her? How will the custody battle go? He is willing to lie in every other area of his life and do things that are despicable to anyone with a moral code, what do you think he would do in a public custody battle? He trots those kids out as his trump card of being a decent guy. You really think she could just up and walk away without their being an recourse or ramifications from a guy with that big of an inflated ego? She would now be in a position to be wholly dependent on him. Does she have a job that pays or just a volunteer/charity worker to help humanise Lance? She has been with him since at least 2008 – she would be completed entrenched in Team Lance. What do you think a sociopath like him would do if she left him?

  12. littlemissnaughty says:

    I didn’t even know the man has children. I hate to think that he’s allowed to raise kids. What exactly does he teach them? I don’t want to know. What a turd.

  13. Ginger says:

    WOW! It’s crazy how far he has fallen.

  14. Arock says:

    Terrible person, for sure. He’s not a sociopath he’s a pathological asshole.
    Why wouldn’t you just call an uber or get a car? Just don’t drive- it’s so easy to avoid an issue.

    • mimif says:

      I could be wrong, but pathological lying & extreme narcissim are two traits that go hand in hand with sociopathy.

      • Arock says:

        I try to stay away from any arm chair psychologist labeling, especially with people who have public lives. Seems lazy and disingenuous to assume I understand any stranger and the nuances that go with personalities. Sometimes an asshole is just an asshole. #freud

      • Kiddo says:

        mimif, I think he’s a Nazi…LMAO at my own joke, I need to go.

      • mimif says:

        @Arock, that’s fair enough.

        Lol Kiddo, just how many momoas have you had this morning?

      • Arock says:

        If someone’s bringing mimosas to the party, pass it around;)

    • Stephanie says:

      Especially when there was a sober person IN THE CAR who could have been driving instead.

  15. Maum says:

    Apparently the restaurant car guy (valet?) told the cops he had opened the passenger door to her which started the whole thing.


    She has rather scary legs in that top picture.

  16. Size Does Matter says:

    I read Cycle of Lies recently. Very eye opening. This guy has been told the rules don’t apply to him since he was a kid. No surprise he still thinks so.

  17. Jen43 says:

    What a d**che. Why is she still with him? Also, her legs are amazing. With those legs, she should be able to get far away from him.

  18. Carrie says:

    It should be ‘mother of two of his children’, he has five.

    Anyway, I can’t believe he STILL doesn’t understand why he was banned and punished

  19. scout says:

    Another uplifting American citizen. He reached the limit, game over. Somebody please throw him in the prison and ask him to pick up the soap.

  20. Cinderella says:

    How these women choose to be in a committed relationship with this supreme jerk of a man is beyond me. He has a horrible track record for life in general.

  21. PixieWitch says:

    Hey Lance, you can take your stupid yellow “LIVESTRONG” bracelet off. you’re not fooling anyone.

  22. rosmarina says:

    The two children he has with this woman aren’t his only kids – he’s got three others with the woman he was married to in the late 90’s-early 00’s.

    For a full, detailed account of Armstrong’s lying and bullying since he was very young, see Juliette Macur’s book, Cycle of Lies.

  23. snowflake says:

    what, he didn’t take responsibility for what he’s done? what a shocker, said no one. another surprise: a thin, leggy blonde! smh. the biggest aholes are always with a thin blonde. no offense to thin blondes, you can’t help that aholes are attracted to you. in my experience, shallow wealthy men always want a trophy blonde. i hate it when people don’t own up to their mistakes, and it’s always someone else’s fault

  24. Rhiley says:

    I wish this man could somehow spend a few years in the pokey. He is the Lindsay Lohan of cycling… an aside, his girlfriend’s legs are amazing.

  25. INeedANap says:

    After the way he treated his first wife (dumping her after going into remission for a celebrity life), I always figured there was something really wrong with his moral code. Seriously, those poor children, growing up with an a$$hole father and an enabling mother.

    • Esmom says:

      Yes, that’s when I really started to side-eye him, too. I kept trying to tell my cyclist husband that Lance was doping and lying but he refused to see the truth, like most people, for years.

    • Santolina says:

      Same here. I also question Cheryl Crow’s judgment for getting engaged to him right after he dumped his wife. What was SHE thinking?

  26. Jan Harf says:

    Everyone should watch the documentary Stop at Nothing. He is truly the definition of a sociopath. He has no soul.

    • WTF says:

      I have! It’s brilliant
      And its weird how different it is from the Armstrong Lie.

    • Cora says:

      I binged watched both Stop at Nothing and The Armstrong Lie last night! Both were excellent and offered slightly different perspectives. In the end, I preferred Stop at Nothing because it put more emphasis on Armstrong’s abuse of others.

  27. Sam says:

    If he was drinking and she was sober, then why wasn’t she driving in the first place? This story has more holes than Swiss cheese.

  28. Bridget says:

    I had a friend who’s girlfriend did this. They were out drinking, the girlfriend was driving them home and ran over something and they had my friend take the field sobriety test – because it turned out that in addition to being drunk, the woman also had a suspended license and no insurance. I sincerely don’t understand how anyone could put someone they profess to love on the line like that – starting with getting behind the wheel in the first place.

  29. MumzyC says:

    Brings to mind a quote from Maya Angelou — “When someone shows you who they are believe them; the first time.” Long ago, Lance showed us.

  30. Jayna says:

    My father was a man. Lance isn’t a man. I can’t imagine my father ever being so weak and making my mom do that because of something he did and just to protect him. Lance had her lie not once, but then again to an investigator.

    Lance really has lack of character is all I can say. She’s the mother of your children and you aren’t protecting her like a man. You are having her lie and cover for you.

  31. noway says:

    This may be a dumb question, but with his testicular cancer how is he still having children without medical intervention? If he is using medical intervention, what is wrong with the girlfriend. Let’s not just think about the fact that he has three other children and an ex-wife that helped him survive cancer and all his mental problems she had to deal with but he still has mountains of problems: legal, mental and social, and she has no legal connection to him at all. Was that done on purpose? Why bring kids into this mess? Convincing her to take the fall for an accident seems small compared to what she has already done to me.

    I am just dumbfounded that someone would be with him and procreate. Even if you have any sympathy for this man, and I have little as he really did do this to himself, he is the definition of a HOT MESS.

    I do think the surviving a deadly disease is incredible, but still can’t help to think that he was like this all along, and we just saw the story. One of my friends who was a paraplegic once told me that the wheelchair doesn’t make you good person, like people like to think, but it just amplifies your true personality. She said it to make people realize that people that survive certain things are not necessarily better people and generally don’t want your admiration or pity. I always think about that when I think of Lance. I feel for the five kids as his legacy may be hard to live with.

  32. swack says:

    It boggles the mind that anyone allows their partner/bf/gf/etc to take blame for something he/she did. What if someone was seriously injured in the accident? Would she take the blame? Would he let her take the blame (probably)? Tired of entitled people thinking the rules don’t apply to them (and this means celebrities and non-celebrities alike).

  33. Maum says:

    I can see him as the guy who won’t let the little woman drive the car because it’s a ‘man’s job’.

    My FIL is like that. He has a medical condition that makes driving tricky, He’s been told by his doctors he shouldn’t be driving and yet every time they go anywhere he always drives the car.

  34. minx says:

    He is just a despicable person.

  35. db says:

    He really is a lowlife.

  36. HK9 says:

    This is what happens when one’s character is rooted in amorality. What a nice example for his children.

  37. lucy2 says:

    He has some very deep character flaws. No remorse, no personal responsibility. I’m glad the truth about his has come out.

  38. Keeks says:

    DOUCHE. That’s all folks

  39. weegiewarrior says:

    Is there no end to this guys faults? Its obvious he doesnt think he should take responsibility/blame for his appalling actions. In the uk a former cabinet minister and his ex wife were jailed for 8 months for perverting the course of justice when she agreed to lie to take speeding points for him. Would be nice to think that Armstrong wouldnt be able to bully, lie, buy or cheat his way out of a similar course of action in th US . Time this guy was paying for his actions with some kind of real punishment. The guy is s total d***head.

    • homegrrrl says:

      I live near “Apsen” and I can tell you straight up the detective -chose- not to press charges when he caught her lying. (she changed her story several times) Plus she didnt call the police as is the law, when the vehicles were hit. She claimed innocent, so the onus falls upon the detective who let pretty little blonde play dumb.

      • The Other Katherine says:

        Prosecutors, not detectives, are the ones who make a decision on what felony charges to pursue. They probably have agreed not to charge her in exchange for her testimony that Lance was driving.

  40. Lisa says:

    Lance is a competitive guy. No way is he going to let a bunch of guys run wild out-douching him. He had to do something!

  41. SeaBreeezy says:

    This is my first time commenting, ever, but this is the only site I read regularly. The comments and women here are so funny and witty!

    This subject caught my attention more than most. Back in the day when he first started dating Sheryl Crow, I had heard of him through his cancer story and then his racing victories. Not much more than a hint of drug use has become public yet, so of course everyone admired him. I had no reason not to, until one day I read an article that he had commented in, and my view on him began to really change. I can’t remember which article. I just remember how he came across as a huge name dropper and celebrity wannabe. I just remember thinking “wow, this guy really gets off on being able to say “I hung out with so and so” and he’s really a little jerk”. I believe it was right after he ditched his then wife and family, and he was suddenly hanging with his version of the “in crowd”. He was immediately dating Sheryl Crow, and it came across like dating Sheryl Crow was more about his ego, than about her as a person. You could tell he was just so impressed with himself. From that point on, I never liked him, and wasn’t at all surprised when it turned out he had been doping, and then thinking so much of himself that he harrassed anyone who threatened his lie of a life.

  42. Cecelia says:

    He put the mother of his kids at risk by getting behind the wheel drunk and she was stupid enough to go along with it. Those poor kids with two idiots for parents. This man cannot steer anything with wheels without chemicals coursing through his system.