MLB Pitcher Sam Dyson’s Girlfriend Accuses Him Of Abuse

Pitcher Sam Dyson was accused of abuse via his ex-girlfriend’s Instagram account and an account for their cat Snuckles / via Instagram

MLB pitcher Sam Dyson’s ex-girlfriend, Alexis Blackburn, accused the free agent of abuse via an Instagram account she runs for their cat, Snuckles, who has appeared in photos with Dyson including one where the eight-year vet’s wearing a ‘Cat Daddy AF’ shirt. Blackburn says that she has removed Snuckles from a toxic environment and has taken the cat to a “safe space.”

Here’s what Blackburn wrote on Snuckles Instagram account:

Long post 💜 I want to say a few things about this box. This was the first year I got this box. I am turning 12 soon and this was my first time ever getting this cute box from target. I loved this box. I was able to jump on top of it, look outside, scratch the top, go under and play hide and seek, look through the little window to see what’s going on.

I loved this box. As you can see in the second photo, someone I trusted with my safety, protection, and love did the unthinkable while I was inside the box. No one deserves to have their trust broken, but to have your trust broken and not understand why is the hardest thing to grasp at this point. Mom has put up with a lot and some people won’t believe her and that’s okay. This isn’t about believing a person or situation. This is about safety at this point. Mom took me to grandmas for good because unlike my previous “safe space,” GRANDMAS is a safe space.

I don’t have to worry about getting hurt because of anger or control. I don’t have to be scared of yelling and things being hurled at mom and me. I don’t have to be scared anymore. This was a preventable incident. This did not need to happen, but it did. The moment I, Snuckles, got involved was the moment mom said goodbye. Love your fur babies enough to do the right thing. At the end of the day we don’t make people do anything. We can’t control their actions and behaviors. What we can control is how we deal with the situation. Mom won’t allow there to be a second incident because my mom truly loves me enough to say goodbye to toxic behavior and people. No one deserves to be intimidated, scared, worthless, and hopeless. Please remember that. Everyone deserves real happiness.

She added context on her own personal account but never names Dyson. :

I honestly don’t know where to start, but I need to start somewhere. I want to thank my family and friends who gave me unconditional love and support this year. From the bottom of my heart I appreciate each and every person I reached out to because I was able to speak freely without judgment or hostility. I was able to openly express myself and my feelings. I felt safe, appreciated, and loved, whether we were great friends or just met. I was able to be “me” or the masked version I gave you. I am broken though. I’ve allowed my physical health, my emotional health, and my mental health to diminish to nothing.

I’ve allowed more things to happen than I want to admit. I don’t know who this girl is right now because this hasn’t been me. I haven’t been me in so long. I’ve allowed myself to use the word “sorry” in every conversation whether I did something wrong or not. I’ve allowed myself to ignore red flags and bad in people because I loved them. I’m not ashamed or embarrassed of the current me because I know I didn’t do this to myself. I didn’t make me hate me. But what I can tell my family, friends, and the world is I am on the road to recovery and loving myself again. I’ve closed a chapter in my life. This has been the hardest decision I have ever made, but I have to put myself before anyone else. I’m proud of myself. It takes strength and courage to speak and stand up for what’s right. Strong people seek help. Strong people encourage others to seek help.

They don’t tell you to get over it, figure it out, and you sound pathetic. Weak people don’t seek help. Weak people make excuses for their behavior. Weak people bully others. Weak people blame others for their own insecurities. So for those who think I am weak andand not good enough, you are correct. The old me was weak because I couldn’t stand up for myself because if I did I was “opinionated.” I lost my voice somewhere along the way, but I was always “good enough.” I was always beautiful. I was always willing to “fix” myself to be perfect. Then I had to tell myself perfection doesn’t exist.

According to Ken Rosenthal, Dyson is under investigation by MLB over the allegations made by Blackburn.

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