If This Is True, Cam Newton Is A Piece Of Trash

Allegedly, while at Florida, before transferring to Junior College and then Auburn,  he was not only a cheater, but a worthless thief:

Newton was arrested for the theft of a laptop from a Florida student’s dorm room in November 2008. He again violated the university’s honor code by putting his name on another student’s paper and turning it in, according to the source. Newton was caught after the instructor asked the real author of the paper why he had not turned in his work, the source said.

According to the source, after the student said he had turned in a paper, he and the instructor went through all the submissions and discovered that Newton had put his name on the paper in question.

Shockingly, the Prof let Newton have time to submit another paper. Newton did so, but it was a paper he purchased from the internet.

I’ve enjoyed watching Newton play this year; even him slaying LSU was amazing. (Or would have been if I had been able to watch it. Damn you KSLA!) I’m also more than willing to give him a pass on the allegations about his representative (not an agent!) seeking cash from several schools in exchange for Newton’s services. But stealing another student’s laptop? And, worse, stealing someone else’s hard work because Newton was too damn lazy to do it himself? Unforgivable. If these allegations are true, I will forever root for Newton to fail at everything he does.

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2 Comments on “If This Is True, Cam Newton Is A Piece Of Trash”

  1. KC Says:

    as you know, I am an Auburn alum and fan….Jay Jacobs (AU’s AD) had this to say :

    In the past 24 hours, a lot of allegations have surfaced that date back two years ago and further. These allegations and rumors about Cam Newton are unfortunate and sad because they seem intent on tearing down the reputation of a young man who has done everything we’ve asked him to do. Cam has been and continues to be completely honest with us. Cam is, by all accounts, a great kid. Any discussion of academic records is a clear violation of federal privacy laws. We will not go down that path or stoop to that level as others have apparently done. We will, however, emphatically say that Cam is eligible to play football at Auburn University both academically and athletically. I am proud of this young man and the progress he has made to be a better football player and a better man. We are truly blessed that Cam is a part of the Auburn family, and we support him 100 percent.”


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