Terrell Suggs denies estranged wife's claims made in viral video

Posted at 3:38 PM, Sep 15, 2016

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs denied claims that he doesn't take care of his two young children after his estranged wife posted an Instagram rant earlier this week. 

According to TMZ, Candace Williams claims Suggs won't pay for their children's clothes, and sends them to school without lunch money.

The video quickly went viral, and was picked up by several gossip sites. 

Through his representative, Suggs said the accusations are untrue.

"Terrell takes magnificent care of his children. He is a caring and present father," his representative said. "We normally would not respond to such a rant by an ex clearly scorned. Terrell is disappointed that his ex would take to social media to try and paint a picture of him as a father who somehow does not take care of his children."

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