Amy Earnhardt is a kind, caring wife to husband Dale Earnhardt Jr. Amy Earnhardt is a manipulative control freak who has her hubby wrapped under her thumb. Pick a narrative, and run with it. The Internet can spin things very differently each and every day of the week, but what happened to Amy Earnhardt exemplifies the crazy juice that flows on Twitter 24/7, all in 140 characters or less. Earnhardt’s cyberspace crime was not wanting her husband to compete in NASCAR’s 2018 preseason Clash in February at Daytona International Speedway just because, well, you know, another high-speed accident could jumble his brain forevermore. The nerve of that lady! The social-media ruckus started when Dale Jr.
Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC Peter Gerolamo doesn't play poker, but he won more than $40,000 at the World Series of Poker on Saturday night. Gerolamo was part of a group of friends who financially backed Scott Blumstein, the 25-year-old who won it all and the $8.15 million that came with it. "I Venmo'd him $60 on July 7," Gerolamo said from a hotel room in Las Vegas on Sunday, still recovering from watching the friend he met at Temple University become a champion. Gerolamo, Aldo Boscia, John Scuteri and Nick
A new report says that Floyd Mayweather’s $3.3 Mill tax lien has been released by the IRS, even though he appears to still owe the IRS a whopping $29 million. If true, it might make you wonder why the IRS often pushes so relentlessly to collect, but seems to ease off in some cases. In this case, the answer appears to be that Mayweather paid the $3.3M tax debt in full, so the IRS didn’t have a choice. The Money boxer still owes the IRS more than $20 million, and he is still suing the IRS to await his Conor McGregor Fight payday for more payments. Mayweather’s finances aren’t public, but many news sources have tallied the recent $22.2M tax lien, plus his still unpaid 2010 IRS debt of $7.2M. The