Over the weekend, Terricka Cromartie– wife of New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie– went off on Instagram about New York Post writer Susan Edelman. Terricka claims that for the past six years the reporter has slandered and harassed the couple.
She says that the reporter has gone out of the way to report negative articles including a break down of Terricka’s arrest from 10 years ago.
Now Terricka is claiming that Edelman approached the couple’s five-year old son outside of their home, trying to get info for a story on Cromartie’s child support – more details on that later. She tweeted this message to the reporter.
“Obsession much, im starting to think my husband use to be with you and you’re mad he left u.. But to stakeout at my house like a stalker, harass my kids at the bus stop… I mean a stranger asking a 5yr old kid for their daddy’s number.. Seriously Susan.. Go play on the highway,”
She then went on to add.
“Print our address in the paper and have strangers knocking at our door at all hours of the night.. I have Kids you idiot why would you put them in danger like that. And for what because you have a personal issue with My Husband.. Get over it lady. I’m not sure who hurt you or while you are so miserable but you have yet to Break us.. Your stories Carry No Weight..”
Antonio Cromartie has 12 children. Four with his wife Terricka – two young children and twins on the way – plus eight other children with seven different women. This is the breakout the NY Post provided:
He pays each of the seven women about or over $3,500 a month in child support — an estimated $336,000 a year.
That takes up just a small chunk of his guaranteed $7 million salary in 2015. But under a four-year, $32 million contract he signed in March 2015, the rest is not guaranteed. The Jets can cut him loose at any time.
Before settling down with Terricka, an ex-model who co-starred in the 2009 E! reality show “Candy Girls,” Cromartie seduced, impregnated and dumped a string of women across the country, from his high school sweetheart in Tallahassee, Fla., to a corporate lawyer and former Miss Black North Carolina.
Several of the women have taken him to court over custody and financial disputes. A Houston woman who bore two of Cromartie’s daughters has demanded a bigger monthly payment.
Terricka disputes this number.