It looks like infamous NFL quarterback Michael Vick has made headlines yet again, and the allegations are quite shocking. According to Radar Online, a number of jaw-dropping revelations were uncovered this week when a tell-all book was released by Vick's former mistress.
The book, which is titled Quarterback Keeper, chronicles the 10-year secret relationship between the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback and his former stripper mistress.
The book also reveals that the relationship took place throughout the time of Vick's public relationship with his girlfriend, Kijafa Frink, whom he married in 2012.
The manuscript offers a collection of detailed accounts, including confessions about sex parties in his home.
Accounts of flights around the country were also unveiled, as the two would meet and engage in furtive rendezvouses. The book also shares a letter that the 4-time Pro-Bowler sent his mistress while incarcerated.
The author even goes so far as to expose their STD scare, and the humiliating demise of their clandestine relationship. The author of the book, who writes under the alias Bella Escritor, opted not to reveal her true identity. However, the letter and card that Vick sent while incarcerated was addressed to a woman named Kiana.
The front of the card has a picture of two adorable Golden Retriever puppies, with the title, "Thinking Of Our Friendship." He also included a letter within the card he sent. The former Atlanta Falcons franchise player inquired about pictures, and told the mistress that the two puppies on the cover of the card symbolized the two of them. He even goes on to say that he desires, "a bag full of candy and some eye candy."
He repeatedly addressed the former exotic dancer as 'family,' despite the underlying nature of their secret relationship, and her evident status in his life. 'You my girl for life no fakin [sic],' Vick wrote. A scanned image of the card and letter is included in the book.According to the publication, their first encounter was in an Atlanta strip club where she was an exotic dancer. "He said only one word, 'dance,' and that's exactly what I did … Vick appeared to take it all in like a child in a candy store for the very first time," she recalled. That night sparked the beginning of the 10 year relationship, as their first sexual encounter took place at his Atlanta home.
She recounted that Vick insisted on using 'flavored condoms' throughout their sexual relationship. However, regardless of their use of condoms, she still ended up suffering from a health scare when Vick was allegedly sued by yet another woman he was involved in. In 2010, the woman claimed that Vick gave her herpes.
There are also several accounts of 'sex parties' at Vick's house, which included orgies with several women who were invited to his home to have intercourse with his friends. She also stated that the two of them would watch others engage in intercourse. 'Once we returned to his house, we would separate and watch the others partake in sex sessions throughout the mansion,' she wrote, according to RadarOnline.
'Vick and I would sometimes crawl on the floors and sneak into people's bedrooms together and watch them having sex' until they were caught and would run out," she recalled.
However, their lucid affair came to a halt when she was contacted by Vick's wife. She ultimately admitted everything. "I knew it was over for Vick and me the moment I decided to talk woman-to-woman with [his other girl]," she wrote. "Somehow I felt a sense of relief."