Former Tide Player Got Out of Relationship with HS Official Because She Wanted His Baby
Life has unraveled quickly for Eddie Williams since signing with the University of Alabama in 2012. The former five-star safety was kicked off the team for robbery earlier this year and has now admitted to having sex with his former tutor and school official as part of an investigation.
Williams, who was poised for a standout football career, has confessed, after repeated denials, to having sex with athletic director Karissa Wesley "about ten times" when he visited her house. Other students were reportedly present.
The former Tide player also said the reason for ending the affair was that she began talking about wanting to have a baby with him.
Wesley, 35, has not yet been terminated from Florida's Arnold High School, but that is the recommendation of the superintendent. She is also alleged to have used marijuana and drank alcohol with Williams and other students with several witnesses coming forward on allegations of the affair and illegal drug use. Wesley denies those accusations but admits to her current affair with the school's football and basketball coach.
In the meantime, Williams, who once held so much promise on the field, is awaiting trial for a series of robberies as well as firearm possession.