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Report: Colin Kaepernick investigated for alleged sexual assault

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Once again proving that in the end, hookers are cheaper...

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I don't really like Kaepernick, but he really didn't strike me as a rapist, if it's true.

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Once again proving that in the end, hookers are cheaper...

 

This is what I dont get. You have that much money why put yourself at risk. Get a escort and buy your own rubbers.

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wow, so does this mean Kaepernick is straight?

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Was he club hopping with Darren Sharper?

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wow, so does this mean Kaepernick is straight?

 

holding out hope that it was a preop tranny

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Hahahahaha. Their window is closing. We're the next guy up.

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