Read on to find out what f Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher is up against since he fathered a child with Tyna Karageorg back in 2005…
Tyna Karageorge has had custody of their child, but she wants justice served because she claims that Brian Urlacher painted her as a murderess.
Tyna moved on from Brian and married Ryan Karageorge in 2016, but she’s NOT letting the past go just that easy.
Instead, she is dregging up the past and now she wants justice!
“The mother of Brian Urlacher’s 12-year-old son claims the ex-NFL star has conspired with attorneys and a news reporter to paint her as a murderer … and now she’s suing for $125 MILLION.
The woman behind the suit is Tyna Karageorge — who had a child with Urlacher in 2005. She later married Ryan Karageorge, who died from a gunshot wound to the head in Dec. 2016.
Tyna had told police she and Ryan had been arguing on the night of the fatal shooting — and at one point, he reached for a pistol in her purse and shot himself.
In her suit, Tyna claims Urlacher — along with his lawyers and a reporter for the Chicago Tribune — concocted a diabolical plot to convince officials and the public that the shooting was NOT a suicide, but rather Tyna murdered Ryan.
Tyna claims Urlacher called the shots in the plot hoping to ultimately get custody of their son.”
“Urlacher, who has joint custody of Kennedy with the child’s mother, Tyna Robertson, intervened after Robertson’s husband Ryan Karageorge died Dec. 29 from a gunshot wound after a birthday party. In court documents, Urlacher cited “suspicious circumstances” he believes surround the incident, compelling him to want Kennedy immediately removed from Robertson’s residence.
Karageorge, 34, a native of Hobart, Ind., died when a gun belonging to Robertson fired as he attempted to unload it, according to Urlacher’s petition. The couple married in September. The investigation remains open.
Robertson’s behavior in the hours following the shooting bothered Urlacher, according to the petition. Urlacher was with his son in Arizona just after 10 p.m. Dec. 29 when the boy received a Snapchat message from a cousin informing him that Karageorge had died. 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 car accident.
The next morning, Robertson called Urlacher to explain that, in fact, Karageorge had shot himself after the couple had an argument and Willow Springs police confiscated her cellphone as part of the investigation into the death.”