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NJ Woman Claims Not To Have Slept With Antonio Cromartie

Apr 19, 2012

"I didn't have any babies with him either"

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - In possibly the best news that beleaguered New York Jets' cornerback back Antonio Cromartie  has had in days, Belinda Bromide, a stay-at-home pole dancer from Great Egg Harbor, New Jersey, has told eTrueSports that she has never slept with the serial procreator.

"I didn't have any babies with him either," said the curvaceous Ms. Bromide about the former track star who has fathered ten children with eight different women across the country.

"I think by now a lot of people believe that Tony has bedded every woman in America who is not his wife, but that's not true," Bromide added.

"In fact, I don't think he's slept with anybody on my whole block."

 In a related story, Cromartie has signed on to write the foreword to Tiger Woods' much anticipated autobiography: Tiger: The Big Red Dog.

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