Why the Family of an NFL Player Is Suing a Real Housewives Star for Being Too Drunk to Attend the Anniversary of His Death
The Dallas Cowboys were just about to hold a home playoff game for the first time since the legendary quarterback retired. The team had just played a memorable game against the Baltimore Ravens. The game had been full of drama and heartbreak, and the crowd at AT&T Stadium was going through the same turmoil.
But before the Cowboys took the field, the team’s entire team, including players and coaches came out to honor retired running back Lance Armstrong. The former athlete was best known for his battle against drugs and his battle against cancer. For the first time, all of the team came out to honor him. They presented him with his own cap and jersey, and the players showed him support throughout the rest of the game.
Lance Armstrong was scheduled to appear with his family before the game, so the entire team met him there before the game. But, unbeknownst to the team, there was one important detail. The man who was supposed to appear with his family had made a mistake and show up late. Instead of Lance Armstrong, however, he came back with his wife by his side.
Lori Armstrong was a real estate agent who had also been a prominent member of Dallas’ Women’s Basketball team. This woman had helped Lance Armstrong while he was under investigation for doping, and he was one of the richest athletes in the world.
Lori Armstrong was very vocal about her support and concern for Lance and his mission to become as clean and strong as possible. She had also made an impact on Lance’s life while he battled cancer, and this became a very important part of their relationship. His wife had helped him along the way by getting him into a new group called the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Once he had been cleared, he was then able to return to the sport he loved while living his life.
The Armstrong family was extremely proud of their son and partner who was now living full and well after battling cancer. Lori wanted to make sure that her husband wasn’t forgotten after his battle was