Dirty Laundry

FOXBOROUGH, MA - JANUARY 21: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots holds the Lamar Hunt trophy as he is interviewed by Jim Nantz after the AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Gillette Stadium on January 21, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)


I’ve been dumped enough to know the signs that someone is breaking up with me. Which is why I have my eyes on Tom Brady. He’s selling his house. He’s getting older. He has no one to throw to. And now he gave up his local position with Best Buddies to become a “Global Ambassador.”

Brady is now free to move around the country.

Hello, people? This is CLASSIC. It’s equivalent to a guy asking for his favorite t-shirt back or talking about spending a semester abroad.


In other Dirty Laundry news:

Harvey Weinstein is a scumbag and he’s not even going to pay for it:

Harvey Weinstein, Ex-Associates, Accusers Reach Tentative $47 Million Settlement

Harvey Weinstein, his former associates, insurers and accusers have reached a nearly $47 million tentative settlement of almost all the civil cases pending against him, about $25 million of which will compensate women who have accused the Hollywood producer of sexual misconduct, according to people familiar with the matter.


And speaking of scum, Survivor finally made it right and kicked this guy off the island, a first in Survivor history.

'Survivor' ejects first contestant ever for misbehavior as #MeToo controversy grows

"Survivor" has officially removed contestant Dan Spilo from the show, four weeks after airing a controversial episode in which multiple women reported that he touched them inappropriately. Spilo, a Hollywood talent manager, is the first "Survivor" castaway to ever be forcibly ejected from the game for problematic behavior.