Texans Arian Foster Sued For Pressuring Woman To Have An Abortion

Rucuss staffJanuary 14, 2014

A Texas college student claims she is pregnant with Arian Foster’s child.

The news doesn’t seem to serious, but to Foster it is. The pregnant woman is his side chick and not his wife who he shares two children with.

In court documents obtained by TMZ, Brittany Norwood, claims to be 17 weeks pregnant with Foster’s child. She claims that Foster attempted to persuade her into having an abortion after finding out about the child. He enlisted members of his family, which includes his brother to help persuade her.

“If you love [Arian] so much you would get an abortion,” the lawsuit claims Arian’s brother said.


In court documents, she claims to have DNA testing that proves Foster fathered the child with a 99.9 percent probability. Photos obtained by TMZ show Brittany and Foster together, taking loving selfies and acting like a couple.

Norwood, who is a 20-year old University of Houston student, told Khou Channel 11 News that she met Foster at Hotel ZaZa last summer during training camp.


Norwood claims she didn’t know Foster was married with children when she had sex with him last summer. She said they were first intimate at Hotel ZaZa where Foster was staying.

“I truly fell in love with this person,” Norwood said.

Foster and Norwood also spent a week together in California in November while Foster was recovering from back surgery.

Norwood said everything changed when she told Foster she was pregnant and wanted to keep the baby.

“He’s like, ‘You can’t have this, you can’t have this kid, like, we cannot bring a child into this, like, think about my kids,’” Norwood said. “You just can’t bring a life into this world under these circumstances. It’s not fair to anyone. It’s not just about you.”

Foster, a three-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection, has been married to his wife, Romina, since 2011. The couple has a four-year-old daughter, Zeniah, and a son, Khyro, who was born last year.

Photos via TMZ.com, blogs-thescore.com, ESPN.com and NFL


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