Jabrill Peppers of the University of Michigan was recently blasted by a woman who claims that they were in a relationship. Earlier this week, nearly 5,000 fliers were posted around the campus of the University of Michigan with details of a love affair gone wrong.
In the letter, the woman claims that she was infected with an STD by Peppers, twice. “Thank you for giving me chlamydia again … I cannot stomach to see your face again knowing that you’re infecting other young women, which as you may know, is a felony … And now after I found out that you were having relations with a Caucasian young broad while you were still having sex with me raw. Because you’ve messed up my life, I’ going to do my best to mess up yours,” she wrote.
Peppers, who is the star safety on the football team, responded to the allegations on Twitter. “The slander is crazy. My word is all I have, I will continue to walk with my chest and chin high. People love bringing someone down. #prayedup,” he tweeted.
Peppers has yet to reveal if he will sue the woman for defamation, but it could serve as a distraction for the football team which is currently ranked as the No.12 team in the nation.
It’s important for all adults to continue practicing safe sex. Chlamydia is the most common STD and there were over one million cases diagnosed in 2010. The STD can be treated, but can cause severe damage in women without treatment. It can also potentially cause pelvic inflammatory disease and lead to infertility.