“Big Ben” To Meet With NFL Commissioner Today.

Well Ben Roethlisberger may have gotten out of being charged of a sexual assault crime, but he still has to face NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Goodell wants to meet with Roethlisberger today about his recent troubles and how to prevent this going forward.

Big Ben Apologizes:

“I’d like to begin by expressing gratitude to the thorough investigation process in Georgia. The prosecutor’s decision not to bring charges, I know without a doubt, is the right conclusion. I don’t intend to discuss any details related to the events of Georgia. I’m happy to put this behind me and move forward.

“I’m truly sorry for the disappointment and negative attention I brought to my family, my teammates, coaches, the Rooneys and the NFL. I understand that the opportunities I have been blessed with are a privilege, and much is expected of me as the quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I absolutely want to be the leader this team deserves, valued in the community and a role model to kids. I have much work to do to earn this trust. And I’m committed to improving and showing everyone my true values.

“I am excited to get back to work with my teammates, and I’m more determined than ever to have a great season. I intend to make my family, friends and Steeler nation proud on all fronts. Thank you. God bless.”

This is why your lawyer tells you “Never talk to police without me”

Ben Roethlisberger told police that he never had sex with his accuser, but admitted she bumped her head after the two made “contact” in the bathroom

— this according to a new report.

Tmz.com  was the first to report this.  Ben this is the reason why lawyers tell you “Don’t say anything without me”  why? because now you are locked into this story and you cannot change it. Now of course if Big Ben is telling the truth then he should be fine and have nothing to worry about, but if somehow this story doesn’t add up with the eyewitnesses and if DNA comes back that shows Ben and the woman did have sex well then Roethlisberger is now stuck with this story. So a very risky move by Ben.      Stay tuned  I’m sure this story is not finished
My Take:   I don’t get it Ben haven’t you had enough?that’s 2 incidents in one year bro. Now if he does get off and the NFL’s commissioner Roger Goodell doesn’t do anything in form of disciplinary action how long do you think it will be before we started hearing people play the race card?

Chris Brown Sentenced in Rhianna Assault


Well Judge Patricia Schnegg past down a sentence today to Chris Brown that let C Breezy know that his actions will not be tolerated.. Today the judge past down a order for Chris Brown to stay away from Rhianna for 5 years or else jail time will be served. The sentence had the entire court room silent and even Rhianna’s attorney’s said”they felt it was a little steep” IN the trial it was also revealed that this was not the first time Chris Brown had blowned up on Rhianna. A incident in barbados where Brown bust Rhianna’s windows out and another incident where they were arguing and Rhianna slapped brown who then proceeded to push her against the wall.. here is the story as reported on Yahoo.com

Chris Brown sentenced in Rihanna assault case

AP, Aug 25, 2009 7:02 pm PDT

A judge on Tuesday sentenced Chris Brown to five years’ probation and six months’ community labor for the beating of Rihanna and ordered the R&B singer to stay away from his former girlfriend for the next five years.Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg told Brown that he could be sent to state prison if he violated any terms of his sentence, including an order to stay 100 yards away from Rihanna unless they’re attending music industry events.

A probation report prepared for Tuesday’s sentencing describes two previous violent incidents. It said the first happened about three months before the February beating while the couple was traveling in Europe; Rihanna slapped Brown during an argument, and he shoved her into a wall. In the second instance, Brown allegedly broke the front and passenger side windows on a Range Rover they were driving while visiting Barbados, Rihanna’s home country. Neither attack was reported, the probation report states.

Brown will serve his sentence in his home state — Virginia — and his community labor will be overseen by the police chief in Richmond.

The judge said she wanted to ensure that Brown, 20, performs physical labor instead of community service, such as mentoring young people. He will also undergo a year of domestic violence counseling.

Rihanna did not attend Tuesday’s sentencing.

At one point, Brown, who was accompanied by his mother, agreed to the terms of the sentence before Schnegg had finished going through them all.

The hearing had been planned for Thursday afternoon, but Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, asked to move up the singer’s sentencing to Tuesday. A previous attempt to sentence Brown was postponed when Schnegg said she hadn’t received adequate assurances that Brown would perform physical labor if allowed to serve probation in Virginia.

The judge said she was satisfied with a letter presented by Geragos that Richmond Police Chief Bryan T. Norwood will directly oversee Brown’s labor program.

After Brown pleaded guilty to felony assault in June, Schnegg ordered the pair to stay away from each other and to not contact one another. Her order Tuesday essentially extended that until Brown completes his sentence.

Donald Etra, Rihanna’s attorney, has said he didn’t think the strict rules were necessary, but that he and Rihanna favored a less-stringent ruling that simply ordered Brown not to annoy, harass or molest the 21-year-old pop singer. He said after Tuesday’s hearing that Rihanna did not object to the stay-away order, which allows the former couple to be within 10 yards of each other if they are attending music industry events.

Schnegg said she was aware of reports that Brown had been spotted on several occasions in the same places as Rihanna.

“I am not amused with the chatter that has been on the airwaves and any violation of your probation in this case comes with the potential for state prison,” Schnegg told Brown.

A felony charge of making criminal threats was dropped during Tuesday’s sentencing.

“We feel that the sentence for Mr. Brown is an equitable one,” said Sandi Gibbons, a district attorney’s spokeswoman. “He has his future in his hands. He has control of his fate.”

Gibbons said Brown’s charge could eventually be reduced to a misdemeanor if he completes his sentence.

Brown was arrested Feb. 8, hours after he was accused of beating Rihanna.

The attack occurred in Los Angeles’ Hancock Park neighborhood as Brown drove a rented sports car. A Los Angeles police detective described a brutal attack in a search warrant affidavit filed in the case, stating Brown hit, choked and bit Rihanna and tried at one point to push her from the car.

Brown’s career suffered after his arrest, with sponsors dropping him and radio stations refusing to play his music. Both he and Rihanna had to cancel several high-profile appearances, including planned performances at the Grammy Awards the day of the attack.

In a probation report released after the sentencing, Brown is quoted as saying he was “depressed” since the attack and that he “‘does not want to carry on that cycle.'”

The report included letters of support for Brown from RCA/Jive Label Group Chairman Barry Weiss as well as an entertainment lawyer and a pastor.


Associated Press Special Correspondent Linda Deutsch contributed to this report.

My Take  what the hell does Rhianna like being beat on? hey Rhi you are the ones that called the cops boo. So don’t get sad now mama. C Breezy i bet you won’t put ur hands on another women will ya? WILL YA?