Talented but beleaguered outfielder Elijah Dukes — last seen getting dropped by the Rays and getting traded to the Nationals after intimidating his then-wife with threatening text messages and phone calls — has had another injunction filed against him by a different woman, this time for, uh, intimidation through threatening text messages and phone calls.
Amanda E. Reese, 23, was granted a temporary injunction for protection against domestic violence on Dec. 10. She is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday morning to seek extended protection…
Reese says Dukes sent her a text message on Oct. 23 that stated she would "have to deal with the consequences" and "don't let me see you when I come home" and "it's a promise, now make your move."
Ugh, typical watered-down sequel. She'll have to "deal with the consequences"? How am I supposed to work with that? That's something parents tell teenagers, when what we need is a cell phone picture of a gun.
A wise man once said, Hey, dawg. It's on, dawg. You dead, dawg. I ain't even bulls——-. Your kids too, dawg. It don't even matter to me who is in the car with you. N—–, all I know is, n—–, when I see your m—–f——- a– riding, dawg, it's on. As a matter of fact, I'm coming to your m—–f—— house. What happened to you, Elijah? You used to be so cool.