Herschel Walker Wiki – Herschel Walker Biography
Soccer legend Herschel Walker has spoken out in favor of a total ban on abortion, comparing it to murder. Walker, now running for the Georgia Senate, called for “no exceptions” for rape, incest or the life of the mother. However, a woman who wishes to remain anonymous told The Daily Beast that she and Walker conceived a child while dating in 2009 and that he pressured her to have an abortion at the time.
She claimed that the former NFL star even reimbursed her for the procedure. The woman presented a $575 receipt from the abortion clinic and a recovery card from Walker to support her claims. A deposit slip presented by the woman contained an image of a signed personal check for $700 from Walker. She said the difference was $125 because she had “roughly estimated” the cost of the abortion after Googling the procedure.
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There were also other costs, such as travel and recovery expenses. The Daily Beast also corroborated the details of the woman’s claims with a close friend who had apparently cared for her in the days after the abortion. The woman said Walker, who was not married at the time, urged her to terminate the pregnancy because “it was not the right time” for him to have a child.
Walker also allegedly fathered a child out of wedlock with another woman earlier that year. The woman claimed that Walker never expressed any regrets about the decision. “I just can’t handle the hypocrisy anymore,” she said of Walker’s anti-abortion position. “We all deserve better.”
The receipt for $575 suggests that the abortion took place on September 12, 2009. The Bank of America deposit slip shows that he wrote the woman a check for $700 on September 17, 2009 and the check was deposited after two days. The card that Walker sent him has the words “Rest, relax…” written on the front of it. Inside the card, the message continued, “…Retrieve.”
The card is signed, “Pray you feel better,” accompanied by an “H” in Walker’s autograph. The woman is a registered Democrat who still communicates with Walker. However, she reportedly did not tell him that she would be running for Senate.
The publication reached out to the Walker campaign for comment, with Robert Ingram, an attorney representing both the campaign and Walker in a personal capacity, saying, “This is a false story.” “All you want to do is run stories to target black conservatives,” he added. “You focus on black conservatives.”
Walker was married to Cindy DeAngelis Grossman from 1983 to 2002. They have a son together, Christian Walker. He is currently married to Julie Blanchard and the couple has no children.
However, Walker is said to have three sons and one daughter together. Except for Christian, he has the rest of the children with other women. “I have four children. Three sons and one daughter. They are not ‘undisclosed,’ they are my children. I support all of them and love all of them,” Walker said in a statement to The Daily Beast.
“I have never denied my children. I confirmed it when I was appointed to the President’s Council on Sports Nutrition and Fitness, I simply chose not to use them as support to win a political campaign, what parent would want their child to be involved in garbage politics like this?
Christian Walker describes himself in his Twitter bio as a “free speech radicalist.” He now accused his father of lying when he denied paying for his girlfriend’s abortion. Christian posted a video on Twitter, in which he said: “I was silent, lie after lie after lie.
The abortion part goes down yesterday, it’s literally their handwriting on the card, they say they have receipts, whatever. They puts on Twitter, he’s lying about it. Okay, I’m done. Done. It’s all been a lie.” Christian, 23, has become known for his outspoken pro-MAGA videos.
In some of them, he can be seen responding to former President Donald Trump’s claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. He hosts what he calls an “anti-awakening podcast” called ‘Uncancellable’, which focuses on entertainment. In 2016, he won the 2016 All-Star World Cheerleading Championship at Walt Disney World. Previously, he attended college in California, but later announced that he would be moving to Florida. In particular, he had supported his father’s campaign.