As things start to surface, its seeming more and more complex. Was he a part of it or just an innocent victim
Yes, he had to
No, he was fooled
You're being incredibly naive if you don't think he knew.
Of course. They're going to protect him until it becomes painfully obvious that they can't anymore.
He HAD to have known about it... no other way.
No way he didn't know about it.
I don't get much about this story. I guess I don't get why he'd make it up as an angle to bolster his image. It's not like he wasn't already being projected as a very good character person or a high draft pick. I hate to say it like this, but the grandma angle was "working" good enough as is. This is not to say I believe him, I just don't buy that angle specifically.
You're talking to me all wrong... It's the wrong tone. You do it again and I'll stab you in the face with a soldering iron. Hey, tell me, does your mother sew? BOOM. Get her to sew that!
How is it possible that he couldn't of?
"Soft-spoken sweet-smelling Sansa, who loved silks, songs, chivalry and tall gallant knights with handsome faces."
How do you not know your girlfriend isn't real? I haven't read too much about it yet, but didn't his father talk about her visiting him in Hawaii? He must have known.
After 3 years if you don't know then you are either extremely retarded or lying to at least yourself.
Crazy how fast Notre Dame's magical resurgent season just went down the toilet.
I don't think he knew. But he did lie about some aspects of their "relationship" obviously.
I mean if they were going to fake a MAJOR news story like this, you think they would have covered their tracks better.