Jeremy Shockey shares Warren Sapp’s bankruptcy papers on social media
The ongoing feud between Jeremy Shockey and Warren Sapp got even uglier on Sunday, as Shockey somehow got his hands on Sapp’s bankruptcy papers and plastered them all over social media.
In what was apparently the coincidence of a lifetime, Shockey claims some legal documents pertaining to Sapp’s bankruptcy were sent to the former NFL tight end’s address. Shockey shared a photo of the documents on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and mocked Sapp. He later deleted most of the posts, but Bro Bible was able to capture a screenshot.
Damn Sapp how they going to send your mail to one of my apt's? Handle your business big time.… https://t.co/XSHAOlreu9
— Jeremy Shockey (@JeremyShockey) May 15, 2016
When people began pointing out that opening someone else’s mail is very much illegal, Shockey tweeted and deleted a photo that he claimed showed the front of the envelope, which was addressed to Shockey.
We have no idea how that could have happened, but it seems like a one-in-a-million shot. Sapp has had financial problems and filed for bankruptcy back in 2012.
Shockey and Sapp have been publicly going at it off and on since 2012, when Sapp accused Shockey of being the whistleblower in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal. Shockey responded by attacking Sapp’s character. More recently, Shockey mocked Sapp when the Hall of Famer was arrested on some embarrassing charges.