Heath Evans Says He Was Fired Unfairly, Goes on Twitter to Prove It

I have to admit, I forgot about this story.

But you might recall that former NFL fullback Heath Evans was named in a 2017 lawsuit filed by Jami Cantor that alleged inappropriate behavior from Warren Sapp, Donovan McNabb, Marshall Faulk, and other NFL Network analysts and employees.

Cantor, a wardrobe stylist at the time, says that Evans sent her nude pictures and made inappropriate flirtations, which Evans is now admitting to. But he says the behavior was mutual, and that Cantor sexted him as well.

Evans remained silent at the time but was allegedly fired by the NFL Network two weeks ago for refusing to sign a non-disclosure agreement regarding the situation.

He surfaced on Twitter a few hours ago to explain his side of the story and share two text messages from Cantor, in an attempt to clear his name.

Check it out after the jump:

So you’ve got his side of the story, yeah? He says it was mutual.

The NFL Network, however, says that doesn’t matter:

“Heath’s employment was terminated as a result of his own misconduct – which he freely admitted to on Twitter today,” network spokesperson Alex Riethmiller tells TMZ Sports.

“Before severing its relationship with Heath, the NFL carefully considered all of the circumstances, including the information that Heath provided. In the end, the NFL concluded that his conduct was not acceptable in our workplace and we stand by our decision to terminate his employment.”

There ya go.

Thoughts?

(Donovan was fired by ESPN in January after an investigation into what happened while he was at the NFL Network)

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