Seahawk Frank Clark Sends Nasty Tweet to Reporter Referencing His Domestic Violence Charges, Promptly Backtracks (TWEETS)
A reporter named Natalie Weiner recently put out a story on troubled former NFL player Greg Hardy. In her piece, she referenced the Seahawks’ Frank Clark, who got hit with a domestic violence allegation that led to his dismissal from Michigan.
Clark must’ve seen the piece, because he fired off this gem to the writer, who posted her piece on Bleacher Report:
writing about domestic violence is fun and risk free pic.twitter.com/XGqCQ6RvNQ
— Natalie Weiner (@natalieweiner) May 10, 2017
As so many athletes do when they tweet something stupid, Clark quickly took the post down and offered and apology along with a message that seems to directly contradict the threat he made to Weiner:
Apologize to anyone who felt offended by my tweet earlier. We gotta do better supporting these major issues we face in this world.
— Frank Clark (@TheRealFrankC_) May 10, 2017
So there you go. A heartfelt apology to anyone who “felt offended” when he threatened a reporter for doing her job.