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Video Surfaces Of Peyton Manning's UT Deposition Explaining How His Grundle Ended Up In A Trainer's Face

I briefly

Pulled down my pants

To so called

“Moon” him.

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Everyone knows the story of course but just in case here’s a quick refresher:

TBL – The setting: The Vols training room. Peyton wrote in his book, Manning: A Father, His Sons, a Football Legacy, a “track athlete” made a remark, and he mooned the athlete. He “didn’t think the [female] trainer would see” but when she did, “it seemed like something she’d have laughed at, considering” the locker room environment.

“Crude maybe, but harmless,” were his words.

Manning, for whatever reason, also added in the book that the trainer had a “vulgar mouth.” The trainer, however, told a different version of events in a court filing.

she was examining Manning to see why Manning was having pain in one of his feet and was crouched behind him when “entirely unprovoked, Peyton Manning decided to pull down his shorts and sit on Dr. Naughright’s head and face.”

As Naughright described it in a deposition entered into the court record: “It was the gluteus maximus, the rectum, the testicles and the area in between the testicles. And all that was on my face when I pushed him up. … To get leverage, I took my head out to push him up and off.”

Listen it goes without saying that sexual harassment is wrong, always.     This has been popping up on and off for almost 2 decades now.  The woman has filed over 30+ harassment claims against UT employees.  She reached a settlement with the school over the mooning incident but it was officially stated by authorities that “they both shared blame.”  The story has morphed over the years, from “mooning” to literally sitting on her face and rubbing his grundle on her nose.   Who knows.  Classic he said she said.  All I know is that at no time should your grundle be exposed to a woman unless they specifically requested it, even if you’re just mooning your buddy from across the room.  Current college QBs take note on proper locker room conduct.