Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 244

Ravens party…

‘Ravens Party Bus Woman Says She’s Not A Stripper’ – now that’s the kind of headline that gets me reading!

A Ravens star was injured after he was hit over the head with a champagne bottle. Apparently Jacoby Jones was out with other players from the team when he was injured by a stripper.

Sweet Pea: definitely not a stripper....

Sweet Pea: definitely not a stripper….

But that woman, named “Sweet Pea,” now says she is not a stripper.

Coach John Harbaugh says he was not impressed by the early morning antics of some of his team.

According to a report that first aired on TMZ, Jones was attending Bryant McKinnie’s birthday party at a D.C. nightclub. He was inside a party bus with other Ravens players when a brawl broke out and an exotic dancer smashed Jones in the head with a giant champagne bottle.

“Sweet Pea” broke her silence late Monday night on Twitter.

“I would like to clear up the fact that I’m a waitress & the girls on the pic aren’t a bunch of strippers. Jacoby & I had a verbal confrontation & that was it!!! I never hit him with a bottle & I wish ppl (sic) would stop spreading lies on the internet,” she tweeted.

Shenanigans by Jacoby Jones

Shenanigans by Jacoby Jones

“It’s not something we want to be known for. I would like to think it’s not something those guys would want to be known for. It’s nothing to be proud of,” said Coach John Harbaugh.

American roadkill

Us Brits are fascinated by the amount of roadkill around here. I did a five-mile journey to the Mall the other day and saw at least 8 different roadkill – deer, raccoons, squirrels and something that I don’t even know what it was.

Sad innit? One thing I have learnt is that when a deer runs out in front of you, across the road, you just have to put on the brakes, because usually there are a fair few running out behind that one. I counted 15 of them tonight. It’s a sight to behold.

I love watching the deer as they nibble my berries in the back yard. And then take a dump right on my grass. Bless them 😉

Lovely deer (ticks aside)

Lovely deer (ticks aside)

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