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Brian Urlacher Sued By His Son's Mother For $125M

Brian Urlacher Sued By His Son's Mother For $125M

She said in a phone interview that she has not had custody of her son Kennedy since shortly after the December 29, 2016, death of her husband, Ryan Karageorge.

In 2008, Urlacher and Karageorge - then Tyna Robertson - bickered in a Chicago Tribune story about which parent was more fit to raise their son. Then things got insane...

The mother of Brian Urlacher's 12-year-old son has filed a $125 million defamation lawsuit alleging the former Bears star conspired with his attorneys and a newspaper reporter to portray her as "a bad Mother, unfit and a killer".

The woman behind the suit is Tyna Karageorge - who had a child with Urlacher in 2005.

TMZ Sports noted Robertson told police Karageorge shot and killed himself after pulling a gun out of her purse while the couple was arguing.

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According to the TMZ report - citing IL court records - Tyna Karageorge claims that Urlacher, in an attempt to secure full custody of his son Kennedy, has claimed Karageorge is responsible for the December 2016 fatal shooting of her former husband.

Urlacher said Karageorge first said her husband died in a vehicle accident.

Her claims are that this story was concocted so that Urlacher would get full custody of their child. Urlacher cited "suspicious circumstances".

According to the Tribune, Karageorge and Urlacher have joint custody. When Kennedy called his mother for confirmation she initially acted "happy and cheerful", Urlacher alleged, before she eventually claimed Karageorge was involved in a fatal vehicle accident.


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