New Report Sheds Light On Disturbing Details Of Aaron Rodgers Personal Life
A new report released on Friday sheds light on shocking details of Aaron Rodgers personal life.
The Green Bay Packers quarterbacks quarterback hasn’t spoken to his family in almost two years, according to Bleacher Report. The fact he hasn’t spoken to his family in almost two years is just the beginning of Rodgers personal problems according to the new report. (SLIDESHOW: 13 Times Lindsey Vonn Proved She’s One Of The Hottest Women Alive)
Bleacher Report wrote in part:
One source, who was close to Rodgers for years but is among the many who have since been cut off by Rodgers entirely, said the quarterback has not spoken to his family since December 2014. Don’t feel too bad, J-Mike. Immediate family members don’t even have his cellphone number. When Mom and Dad sent Christmas presents to the quarterback and his girlfriend that year, the source said, those gifts were mailed back in February. He was set to be the groomsman in the wedding of one of his closest friends, the source said, and texted the day before he couldn’t attend.
He didn’t attend his grandfather’s funeral—the same grandfather he once called before every game.
The same report claims that Rodgers’ family is no longer welcome in Green Bay and if they want to attend a game they must go through avenues other than their son. (SLIDESHOW: UFC Star Arianny Celeste Is Nearly Naked For All Her Fans In These Pictures)
Rodgers relationship with his brother Jordan was extremely public after Jordan won the television show “The Bachelorette.” It was during that time period that it became clear that the Rodgers family was fractured and the NFL MVP was not a functioning member of the family. (RELATED: Clay Travis: Olivia Munn Is Causing Problems For Aaron Rodgers)
Rodgers is dating actress Olivia Munn, but he has had to routinely battle rumors that he’s gay. (RELATED: Author Mentions The Rumors About Aaron Rodgers Being Gay On Fox Sports)
Rodgers is having one of the worst seasons of his professional career, and the Packers are currently a pitiful 4-5.