Former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III made news this week when it was announced that he was coming out with a tell-all book about sexual harassment within the Washington Football Team’s locker room.
Immediately, fans were questioning the allegations in the book. Was he talking about the experiences of others? Himself? And if he was the victim: why come forth now?
RG3 claims that his forthcoming book will have information about sexual harassment at WFT. So why hasn't he come forward with it before, and why doesn't he share everything he knows about it right now? https://t.co/LZTAGine1P
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) December 1, 2021
Both Robert Griffin III and his wife, Grete Griffin, took to social media to clarify that is was his OWN experiences that will be documented in the new book.
Let’s clear up a misconception about “Surviving Washington”. In the book, Robert is not talking about other peoples experiences with sexual harassment in Washington. He is talking about his OWN experience with sexual harassment in Washington.
— Grete Griffin (@GGriffinIII) December 1, 2021
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Robert Griffin III also chimed in to explain why he was deciding to open up about the sexual harassment he had to endure now.
Sexual harassment victims should share their stories when they are ready not when you want them to. The book is not about other people’s experiences with sexual harassment in Washington. Its about my experience with sexual harassment in Washington. Hopefully you will listen. https://t.co/DCEnhFnaiW
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) December 1, 2021
Robert Griffin III is currently an analyst for FOX, and his playing days appear to be past him after a stint as a backup with the Ravens.
Now, it’ll be interesting to see if the NFL opens another investigation into Dan Snyder’s Washington team following the latest allegation.