Denver Broncos insider Benjamin Allbright got on Twitter early Friday morning and, for no discernable reason, gave his followers the scoop on how he cheated on his partner by sending sexually suggestive texts to his ex-girlfriend.
Allbright, who is also a radio host for KOA Colorado, appears to have been keen on wanting to clear his conscience but, instead of confessing to his most recent girlfriend, opted to air things out online.
“I’ve been a bad friend, I’ve been a bad partner,” he wrote as part of a series of tweets that have since been deleted. “I cheated on my partner. Not physically, but emotionally. Which is worse, to many. No one asked me to type this, and it is me typing it. I royally messed up.”
The reporter went into great detail, describing the way he dealt with whatever issues he and his partner had going on and how he reached out to his ex to talk about them while also “sexting” her in the process.
“We had a rocky go of it in spurts, but always pushed through. Some fights were my fault. Some hers. She had trauma from her past about being left/abandoned, and that was a stressor at times, but understandably so,” he added.
“We had some knock down dragouts, but pushed through it every time and were stronger for it. Or so it seemed. I began to lose confidence in myself. There were other physical issues on my end as a result.
“So what did my dumbass do? I didn’t reach out to my partner and talk about them. I did the dumbest thing possible. Tried talking to and sexting my ex.”
“Yep, I am THAT piece of sh*t.
“Happened 4 or 5 times over a 6 month period.
Allbright suggested that he was caught and his actions led to a split.
“I think we all know with the unforgivable comes not being forgiven,” he wrote, stating that the revelation was his “accountability to the world for being a pretty crummy person and warning everyone else not to be stupid.”
Things went up a level when a woman with Twitter Jessica Maxwell got involved. It appears Jessica was the one who Allbright cheated on.
“I didn’t know you were posting my trauma Ben,” she wrote. “You harvested my trauma for likes and follows and sympathy.”
Maxwell, whose tweets are protected at the moment, accused Allbright of lying when he claimed that she knew exactly what was going on as they had conversations about it.
“You cheated. And involved my kids. And I’m so sorry this is playing out on social. But I won’t allow you to harvest our personal likes for likes and follows,” she claimed.
“I have screen shots too. Except you told me I can’t post because it would [be] considered porn,” she said in another exchange. “But not between the person you lived with.”
“Yes Jessica my D**k picks would be revenge porn and I’m just trying to keep you out of getting in trouble by posting that stuff,” he responded. “But don’t take my word forward [sic] ask anyone else in this thread.”
Of course, the internet is having some fun at Allbright’s expense.
KOA Colorado, where Allbright hosts the show “Broncos Country Tonight,” declined comment after being contacted by the New York Post, branding it a “personal matter.”WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.