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Shockey posts, deletes Sapp bankruptcy documents


Warren Sapp once claimed on NFL Network that Jeremy Shockey was the snitch in the Saints bounty scandal. Shockey wasn’t the snitch then, but he recently snitched on Sapp, sort of.

Shockey, via multiple reports, posted on social media images of documents from Sapp’s bankruptcy proceedings.

“Damn Sapp how they going to send your mail to one of my apt’s?” Shockey said in the now-deleted post that was captured by “Handle your business big time. #Bankruptcy. I guess sticking with your source huh lol.”

The documents apparently aren’t new; one of them refers to a hearing to be held on May 21, 2013 -- nearly three years ago. TMZ reported in July 2015 that the bankruptcy case had been resolved, with Sapp paying $2.9 million to creditors and having $7.8 million in debt discharged.

Sapp has yet to fire back at Shockey on Twitter or otherwise, although there are rumblings that Sapp wants Shockey to be investigated for obstruction of correspondence. Title 18, Section 1702 provides stiff criminal penalties to anyone who intentionally opens someone else’s mail. However, it’s possible based on a separate social media post from Shockey that someone else obtained the documents and mailed them in an envelope addressed to Shockey.

Regardless, Shockey has since deleted the photos and messages, which will spark speculation that he realized nothing good could come from his attempt to settle old scores with Sapp.