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Terry McDonough accuses the Cardinals of “invasion of privacy”

Arizona Cardinals team owner Michael Bidwill speaks during the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee s Welcome to Super Bowl LVII news conference at the Phoenix Convention Center on Monday, Feb. 6, 2023. Bidwill Sb

After a string of allegations were released by former Cardinals executive Terry McDonough, the Cardinals fired back with some of their own.

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In a statement of defense from the team, the Cardinals learned of “disturbing allegations of extreme domestic violence by Terry.” The Cardinals also accused McDounough of abandoning one of his children due to financial risks.

Now, in response, McDonough has accused the Cardinals of defamation and invasion of privacy. McDonough claims that the Cardinals reported private information to their website, along with sharing it with the media. Per McDonough’s camp, this was all part of a plot to “intimidate and harass him and his family members.”

The Cardinals issued a statement regarding the claims on Monday.

“We are aware of the amended complaint and remain confident in our position. We are precluded from commenting further based on an existing confidentiality order that binds all parties.”

To summarize, Terry McDonough, a former Cardinals executive, accused owner Michael Bidwill of cheating, treating employees harshly, and using a burner cellphone to contact GM Steve Keim during his suspension.

These accusations were then followed up with a statement from the Cardinals, accusing McDonough of abandoning one of his children along with domestic violence.

This, of course, prompted a response from McDonough, who now accuses the Cardinals of defamation and invasion of privacy.

Stay tuned for more updates in this back-and-forth dispute.

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