Abbey Gile accuses Zach Wilson of cheating on his mother’s friend: NFL news
NFL star’s ex-girlfriend Zach Wilson appears to be dating college roommate Washington Commanders wide receiver Dax Milne after he apparently accused the New York Jets quarterback of cheating on her with his mother’s best friend.
Milne appeared to reveal his relationship with his former best friend’s ex, Abbey Gile, with a romantic Instagram post over the weekend, the New York Post reports.
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“A word on the street,” he wrote alongside two photos of himself on a beach holding hands and cuddling his new flame, who has never shown his face.
Sports venues uStadium shared the post and said “word on the IG streets” was that the mystery woman was Gile, saying former roommates Wilson and Milne “no longer follow each other on Twitter or IG.”
The site said Gile – who split from her high school sweetheart Wilson earlier this year – confirmed the relationship in a video on her Instagram, which has since been deleted.
But according to screenshots widely shared online, Gile went even further when a commenter accused her of being a “homie hopper” by dating her longtime ex’s best friend.
In a since-deleted comment, she said Wilson was “sleeping with his mom’s best friend…he’s the real homie,” along with two laughing emojis.
Gile quickly deleted his Instagram account and Milne blocked any comments on his first romantic message.
Wilson’s mother’s best friend was never identified and the quarterback does not appear to have commented on the rumor.
The rumors sparked a series of memes – one of which joked that Wilson “played for the Cougars” – as well as seemingly admiring messages from other NFL stars.
“Zach Wilson is the (GOAT),” tweeted former catcher Chad Johnson, using a common acronym for the greatest of all time.
“Confirmed,” Seattle Seahawks replied to DK Metcalf’s reception, who added a laughing emoji.
Meanwhile, Wilson’s mother, influencer Lisa Neeleman Wilson, posted a moving nearly 30-minute Instagram video on Monday exposing the evils of social media and online predators.
Instead of referring to her son’s love life, however, she spoke about the pain of her daughter turning against and hating her because of “Satan” working on social media.
“I thought I had mastered parenting… I was like, ‘I’m a fucking bada**, I have a kid in the NFL,'” she said, adding that she was “in denial” of their online lives.
“Guys, you need to take your parenthood back…You’re in charge of these beautiful babies, and I’ve failed horribly,” she said of a “sneaky hole” who sent pornographic messages to his daughter.
This story originally appeared on the New York Post and has been republished with permission