Cleveland Browns quarterback, Baker Mayfield, may have some explaining to do, but then maybe not. On Monday, a woman named Kacie Dinges went on a radio program called ‘Rover’s Morning Glory’ where she shared a story about a time that she and Mayfield had an encounter in his vehicle one month before he married his wife, Emily.
And although Dinges had the text messages and images to corroborate her story, Emily Mayfield apparently isn’t buying it, posting a cryptic ‘clap back’ post. Mayfield’s post didn’t name anyone or address anything other than ‘living a happy life’ and ‘living without regrets’ but it was pretty obvious who she was directing it to.
On the radio program, Dinges shared that their interactions began when she had texted Mayfield, eventually leading the two to meet up behind a ‘Cheesecake Factory’ for some extracurricular activities. “He kept texting me, saying like, ‘Send me pictures’ and blah, blah, blah,” she claimed on the syndicated radio show.
According to Dinges, Mayfield eventually asked for her to come see him in Westlake, Ohio. “We were texting for a while, and then he was like, ‘OK, come see me.’ So I got in my car and I drove all the way to Westlake, and it was like behind Cheesecake Factory in some weird development parking lot,” she continued in her story.
Dinges then told the program that Mayfield had a strict ‘no phone’ policy and ordered for her to leave it in her car. “And so he texted me when I was on my way there and he was like, ‘You have to leave your phone in the car’,” she recalled.
The 20-year-old then made the claim that she performed fellatio on the Cleveland Browns’ signal-caller after going through a little ‘small talk’. Apparently, that was all that the couple had planned to do, according to Dinges. She left very soon after, after she found her electrontic cigarette, that is.
“[When] I left, I was like, ‘Good doing business with you’ — like, joking around,” she alleged. “And he was like, ‘Don’t say that!’ And I was like, ‘I’m just kidding.’ And then I lost my Juul in his car and we had to look for that for a few minutes. He was like, ‘OK, well, drive safe,’ and I was like, ‘OK, see ya’.”
Neither Baker, nor his wife, Emily have made any comments regarding Dinges’ claims, but Emily did throw out a cryptic message to her Instagram account focusing on ‘living life with no regrets’ and not worrying about inconsequential things.
“Life is so short. We spend so much time swearing the small stuff; worry, complaining, gossiping, comparing, wishing, wanting and waiting for something bigger and better instead of focusing on all the simple blessings that surround us everyday,” Mayfield wrote to Instagram.
“Life is so fragile and all it takes is a single moment to change everything you take for granted. Focus on what’s important and be grateful! You are blessed! Believe it! Live your life and leave no regrets.” It’s unknown if this will be the end of the claims made against Mayfield, but if the noise gets any louder, he may have to get involved.