Ex-NFL player Ryan Shazier’s wife wants a few things to know about him. Michelle Shazier claimed in a firey social media post that her husband is a massive liar and ‘cheater.’
Michelle took to Instagram and shared a few screenshots of a conversation between the former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker and an alleged woman named ‘Marie.’ She wrote:
A person that loves his family—this is what they do to their family—the wife—that has been there for him since day 1—infidelity at its finest! I can’t sit here and keep hiding anymore. You can have it. I deserve better. This is Ryan. He’s a liar and a cheater!
TMZ first broke the news about Shazier’s post. However, it was later removed from existence. Luckily, a Steeler fan and the host of the Renegade Roundtable YouTube channel, Jeff Kirby, got hold of the deleted screenshots and posted them on his X (formerly Twitter) account.
Ryan Shazier responded to the ‘cheating allegations from his wife Michelle
Kirby later shared a few more panels of the conversation between Shazier and ‘Marie.’ On this occasion, there was a link to an (NSFW) book titled ‘The Ultimate Guide to An*l Se* for Women and Blo* By Blow: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Give Blo* Jobs So Explosive That He Will Be Willing to Do Anything For You.’
TMZ later reached out to Ryan Shazier for his comments regarding the grave allegations against him. The 31-year-old replied that the estranged couple don’t live together anymore:
Michelle and I have been living apart and are currently separated. I ask for privacy and prayers.
The striking part is that Ryan did not mention whether they were divorced or not. He only stated that they were living separately.
After three exemplary years with the Ohio State Buckeyes, where Ryan Shazier recorded 317 tackles and 15 sacks in 39 games, he declared for the NFL Draft in 2014. The Pittsburgh Steelers selected the Florida native as the 15th overall pick in round 1.
He signed a rookie four-year deal worth $9.50 million with a signing bonus of $5.23 million with the Steelers. From 2014 to 2017, Shazier completed 299 tackles in 46 outings and had two Pro Bowl nods. However, in 2017, he suffered a horrible spinal contusion during a Monday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals and never managed to properly recover.