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The Untold Truth Of Rashida Tlaib’s Husband – Fayez Tlaib



• Born in 1976 in Beit Ur al-Fauqa, Palestine
• Married Rashida Tlaib in 1998 and had two sons together
• Divorced in 2015 and has since kept out of public life
• Rashida has become a US House of Representative from Michigan's 13th congressional district
• Has formed the informal group The Squad with other female members of Congress and has influenced many young Palestinians to chase their dreams

Who is Fayez Tlaib?

Fayez Tlaib is somewhat unknown in the media, and only goes by being Rashida’s now ex-husband. He was born on the 1st July 1976, in Beit Ur al-Fauqa, a Palestinian village in the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate in the Northern West Bank. The two married in 1998 when Rashida was just 22 years old, and eventually divorced in 2015, but not before they welcomed two sons, Adam and Yousif. Fayez has remained out of public life, and there is no information about him and where he presently is.

Rashida Tlaib Wiki- Age, Childhood, and Education

Born Rashida Harbi on the 24th July 1975, in Detroit, Michigan USA, she is the oldest of 14 children born to working-class parents.

Growing up, she tended to her younger siblings as her parents were working to provide for the family. She attended Southwestern High School, from which she matriculated in 1994. After which she enrolled at Wayne State University, from which she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in 1998. Then Rashida furthered her education as she obtained a Juris Doctor degree from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.

Career Beginnings

Rashida’s political career started in 2004 when she was an intern under Steve Tobocman.


Three years later, Steve took over the position of the Majority Floor Leader, and Rashida became a member of his staff. The following year, she ran for his seat, as Tobocman had to renounce his position due to term limits, and won the vote with over 90% to her name.

Two years later, Rashida had to fight to get re-elected as Jim Chazchorowski was her challenger. Nevertheless, Rashida had 85% of the vote, while at the general election, she had an impressive 92% of the vote, when her opponent was the Republican Darrin Daigle. Rashida continued winning the elections as in 2012 she was re-elected to the Michigan House.

Two years later, she had to decide what to do further in her career, as she couldn’t run again for the seat because of term limits. She opted for the Michigan Senate, however, she lost the election to Virgil Smith Jr.

Rashida served as a legislator from then on until she decided to run for the US House of Representative seat from Michigan’s 13th congressional district. She won the Democratic nomination in 2018 and was unopposed in the general election, thus becoming the first woman of Palestinian ancestry in Congress, and the first Muslim woman to serve in the Michigan legislature.


Rise to Prominence

By taking the congressional oath of office on the 3rd of January 2019, Rashida rose to stardom and became popular among a number of Palestinian and Palestinian-American women.

Being against the Israeli oppression against the Palestinians, she was forbidden from entering Israel, and is strongly against the current President, Donald Trump and his administration. She has openly supported the efforts of Trump’s impeachment, which only further gained her popularity.

Furthermore, Rashida has criticized Saudi Arabia’s human rights violations, and also their actions in Yemen.

Rashida Tlaib Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

Her political career has contributed a lot to her wealth. Her monthly salary is somewhere around $15,000, while her wealth is now estimated at around $800,000, as of early 2020.

Rashida Stands at 5ft 4ins (1.63m) tall, while she weighs approximately 120lbs ~ 55kgs. Rashida’s vital statistics are 34-28-34, and her bra size 33B. She has dark brown eyes and black hair.

Rashida Tlaib Personal Life, Marriage, Divorce, Children

Rashida married when she was just 22 years old; she hasn’t spoken much about her marriage and life with Fayez, including at the time of their divorce, keeping all things secret until three years later.


According to reports, the two divorced in 2015 – some have reported that Rashida and Fayez are distant relatives, as her ex-husband is related to her mother, Fatmeh Tlaib.

She hasn’t entered the dating waters since the divorce, and is now focused on raising her sons Adam, who is 15 years old, and Yousif who is nine years old.

Rashida Tlaib News, Facts, Influence

Since obtaining a seat in the US House of Representatives, Rashida has been the subject of many tabloids and magazines, digging-up all about her that they could find.

She has recently appeared at the annual American Muslims for Palestine event held at the Crowne Plaza St. Louis Airport Hotel in Bridgeton, northwest of St. Louis.

Rashida has influenced a lot of young Palestinian women to chase their dreams, and this doesn’t refer only to politics but other professions. Together with Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, she has formed the informal group The Squad, consisting of women of color involved in American politics.


Now, more than 90 American Muslims are running for office, and women are also involved.

She has reached out to younger generations through her Instagram page, on which she has around 350,000 followers. and the number is increasing daily.

Because of her formidable opposition to President Donald Trump, she was arrested back in 2016 after disrupting a Trump speech in downtown Detroit. She was shouting at him “Our kids deserve better”, and saying that he should read the constitution.

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  1. James

    October 11, 2023 at 9:03 pm

    This baby murderer needs to read the constitution!!

  2. Christine

    October 19, 2023 at 4:26 pm

    This woman needs to apologize publicly and to her US Congress colleagues for making and posting false statements about the Gaza hospital bombing. Facts do not matter with this person, only her vicious narrative.

  3. Margaret

    October 20, 2023 at 4:47 pm

    This is how they will over throw our nation.
    Soon Muslims will hold the majority in all parties and will vote to make the constitution null and void. They have already infiltrated our military, businesses and land ownership.
    I’m sure I’ll be called Racist and phobic. Yet no one ever calls them out for hating Christians.
    Jesus return soon.

    Philippians 2:9-13

  4. Marcy

    October 20, 2023 at 9:19 pm

    I thought this article was the untold truth of rashida’s husband. This whole ingratiating article is about the radical terror supporter herself.
    Crappy article about an even crappier person.

  5. dert

    November 5, 2023 at 7:02 pm

    Forbidden to enter Israel? Never happened. They told her she couldn’t come if her schedule included offering aid and comfort to terrorists. She said she couldn’t do that and wouldn’t come even to see her dying gramma. She truly believes in the extermination of jews and israel.

  6. Renee

    November 11, 2023 at 5:34 pm

    It is apparent from her parents’ history that they made no effort to assimilate into American Anglo-Saxon culture. They had fourteen (14) children, which is very typical of Palestinian Arab culture in the Middle East. Most likely Ms. Tlaib’s parents are cousins. Consanguineous marriage is also very typical of Palestinian Arab culture in the Middle East. Her marriage was very evidently an arranged marriage to one of her cousins. Even her first name is quite common in the Arab Muslim Middle East. Whatever assimilation Ms. Tlaib achieved here in the U.S., it’s cosmetic. She is truly a victim of her upbringing with the exception of her divorce. Bravo, Ms. Tlaib finally joined Western culture by divorcing her husband and prioritizing her career as a woman. Had she married a man of her own choice here in the U.S., she probably would still be married. It’s unfortunate that she fell prey to her parents’ wishes that she continue her heritage and culture in spite of being raised and born in a Western culture. Because she continues to be a victim of her upbringing, she’s destroying her career and imploding. When I was conducting fieldwork in the Arab territories of Israel, I was constantly reminded by the Palestinian Arab men: “When in Rome act like a Roman.” Ms. Tlaib should also take this advice, especially since it is coming from her own men in Israel. Ms. Tlaib was born and raised in the U.S. and should respect the feelings and rights of others as an American, since that’s what she technically is. She has failed miserably. Her parents did her a disservice, which extremely domineering and dominant parents do. Many of my Palestinian Arab friends — all men, by the way — lives were ruined by the elders of their families. I attempted to help two of these men obtain a university education and immigrate to the U.S., but failed. One ended up marrying his first cousin with devastating consequences of male babies born with numerous autosomal conditions. Luckily, he followed my advice and obtained his Israeli citizenship. (The Palestinian Arabs of East Jerusalem were allowed to obtain Israeli citizenship up until 1988, when the Israelis agreed to negotiate with the Fatah leadership of the PLO and granted the leaders like Arafat to return to the territories. That’s when many Palestinians, who were considered “collaborators” by their own people, were allowed to either obtain Israeli citizenship or automatic U.S. citizenship. Many of these Palestinian Arab men had spent time in Israeli prisons for selling illicit drugs. Both the Israeli and American authorities wiped their records clean to enable them to gain automatic citizenship in the U.S. Another one of my friends has been living as an American in the U.S., since 1988. He parted ways with his family in East Jerusalem by marrying a non-Muslim woman, who is university educated — and obviously, not Arab. When I met him in East Jerusalem, he was always with the German and Dutch girls. He always culturally aspired to being European and American. Even his clothes were European and American — quite expensive, but with his drug dealing, he could afford these clothes. He always had his own apartment and lived separately from his parents. He is the antithesis of Ms. Tlaib and her parents. Her parents fooled the immigration authorities here in the U.S. Boy, did they put on a good show! One of the Palestinian Arabs I helped to immigrate to the U.S. turned on me, causing me to run to the main headquarters of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization authorities in NYC. I felt like such a fool. One of my brothers came with me to the financial district of Manhattan. As soon as I walked up to the entrance and told an employee my reason for appearing on their front doorstep, I was immediately led upstairs to a very large room with multiple desks. Each desk was occupied by an immigration lawyer. The lawyer, who helped me, was a very nice man and extremely understanding. He literally undid everything I had done in a matter of 30 minutes. When I informed him that the young man in question had married his first cousin, he assured me that this young male would never ever be allowed to enter the U.S, Now, the Israelis are stuck with him and his extremely sick and deformed sons, who are being studied at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Hospital in Ein Kerem. The medical doctors and geneticists were really excited to get a live one to study inbreeding or close-breeding. The Jews in Eastern Europe also practiced consanguineous marriage, because they were isolated by the visceral anti-Semitism. In the Middle East, this inbreeding is by choice among the Arabs due to their tribalism. By having access to this Palestinian Arab family, the science community in Israel is actually benefitting. While the Israeli Arabs’ and Jews’ hard-earned taxes are supporting this man, his first cousin (wife), and surviving first-born daughter, the scientists are able to use them to learn about various genetic and hereditary diseases. I understand from where Ms. Tlaib is coming, but she really does an enormous disservice to her own people. Her behavior is extremely counterproductive. Her parents indoctrinated her very well — and it’s ruining her.

  7. Libra

    December 8, 2023 at 11:02 pm

    Royalty around the World had to learn HARD LESSONS about Inbreeding. It is still happening, and society is stuck with the Bills. Tlaib is one of the hard- core Muslims in Congress. She really does no favors for her district with her rude, behavior. foul language as the remark she made to her young son about what she was going to do to the New President Trump LIES, and participation in violently leading Riots. The SQUAD needs to follow SANTOS out the doors of the Congress of the USA

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What is John Gotti’s wife doing today Victoria DiGiorgio’s Bio



Who is Victoria Digiorgio?

Victoria Digiorgio was born on 5 December 1942, in Brooklyn, New York City, USA, and is best known for being the wife of the late John Gotti, who during the peak of his career, was one the leaders of the most powerful crime syndicate in America, the Cosa Nostra otherwise known as the American mafia.

The Net Worth of Victoria Digiorgio?

As of early-2020, Victoria Digiorgio’s net worth is estimated to be over $2 million, mostly from the inheritance left behind by her husband at his death. She also owned an ancestral property belonging to her mother. There was a time that she lived in luxury, as Gotti had an income of up to $20 million a year from his large criminal enterprise.

Early Life and Marriage

Victoria is of Italian descent from her mother, while her father is from Russia. During the 1940s, her parents decided to move to the US in search of a better life, and went work in factories. She never knew her father very well as her parents separated. Eventually, she started gaining a bit of wealth, enjoying the fruits given to her by the inheritance left behind by her mother back in Italy, which included an ancestral home reputedly valued in millions.

While most of her life was out of the spotlight, she met gangster John Gotti in a bar in 1958 and began a relationship there. They married four years later, and for some time her husband attempted a normal life, working as a truck driver and a presser in a coat factory.


However, it wasn’t long until he turned back to a life of crime, and his family eventually became involved.

The Death of Frank Gotti

In 1980, Digiorgio’s youngest child, Frank Gotti was killed by neighbor John Favara run over while on his minibike. After investigations, it was ruled that the incident was an accident though John Gotti was not going to let it slide. Victoria became depressed over the incident and was even suicidal at one point, staying in bed and barely making an effort to move. When Favara tried to apologize, she attacked him with a baseball bat, and afterwards he began receiving death threats. To try and cheer up the family, John took them on a trip outside the city and when they returned, Favara had disappeared.

In 1980, it was ruled by police that he was likely abducted and murdered by Gotti’s men while the family were on vacation. Hitman Richard Kuklinski later came forward stating that he was responsible for Favara’s death, as he carried out many murders for Gotti. Victoria and her children didn’t know anything about the abduction, but they assumed that John Gotti had something to do with it. She lived quietly over the next few years, though their marriage was being torn about by her husband’s life of crime. Even her son John, Jr. became involved with the mafia, which brought her a lot of grief.


Husband – John Gotti

John became a criminal at a young age in an effort to escape the poverty his family was living in, eventually joining the Gambino crime family. He worked under Anielloe Dellacroce and operated in Queens, earning a decent living due to his actions. Eventually, he delved into selling drugs with his brother, which attracted the FBI. In fear that Paul Castellano might discover their operation and send people to kill them, he made the first move, setting up an assassination of Castellano, which left him as the leader of the crime family.

During his reign, the American mafia rose to power, his crime family operating in various areas such as drug trafficking, illegal gambling, prostitution, extortion, racketeering, pornography, and many others. The police and FBI tried consistently to pin him to various crimes, but most of his cases would end up in acquittal. With the public’s attention on him, he started wearing more flamboyant clothes and became more outspoken to the media, earning him the nickname “The Dapper Don”. It was later revealed that he survived various cases due to witness intimidation, jury tampering, and other criminal actions.


Arrest, Imprisonment, and Death

John Gotti was eventually arrested in 1991 thanks to the help of his underboss Sammy the Bull who was secretly working with the FBI to take him down in exchange for a lighter punishment. Sammy provided evidence of a recorded wiretap showing him in a conversation with the mafia boss who admitted to many murders.

The following year, he was convicted of numerous crimes including murder, tax evasion, racketeering, extortion, loansharking, and many other charges. This led him to a lifetime sentence in prison, which marked the downfall of the mafia. He was imprisoned at the US Penitentiary located in Marion, Illinois, with the majority of his sentence in solitary confinement.

He was later transferred to a Supermax prison in Colorado, following his attempt to assassinate an inmate named Walter Johnson, although the story is somewhat blurred, with denials among Gotti’s family and associates. Other stories state that he befriended other gangs including African-American and Hispanic groups. In 1998, doctors diagnosed him with throat cancer and he underwent surgery for the tumor to be removed. While the surgery was successful, the tumor returned after two years, and he passed away from the disease in 2002. He was buried alongside his son who was killed in the motorbike accident many years back.


Personal Life

Victoria DiGiorgio stayed married to Gotti from 1962 up to his death. They had five children together, with one of his children John Jr. becoming the head of their crime family in the 1990s, until he was imprisoned for racketeering. Her other children tried to live a life disassociated from their family’s criminal past. One of their children, Victoria who is named after her mother was even a star of a reality program for one period, which showcased that the family was still living in luxury despite most of John Gotti’s money supposedly being confiscated following his imprisonment.

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Who is Ellie Kemper’s Husband Michael Koman?



Who is Ellie Kemper’s husband? Michael Koman Wiki Bio

Michael Koman was born in San Diego, California USA, on 2 February 1977 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds American nationality. He is a comedian, TV producer, and screenwriter, but perhaps best known for being the husband of Ellie Kemper, a famous American actress and comedian.

Childhood and education

Michael was raised in San Diego an only child by his father who was the owner of a small store, and his mother who was a teacher at a local high school. Michael started watching TV with his father at a very early age, and became interested in comedy after he watched the comedy sketch show “Second City Television “(SCTV). He attended a local high school where he was physically active playing soccer and tennis, but spent his time after school at The Comedy Store where he found a job.

Upon matriculation in 1995, he enrolled at the University of California, San Diego where he listened to the university’s collection of comedy albums – he graduated in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Michael’s career

Michael launched his career in 1999 when he and his friend wrote and produced the sketch comedy show “Todd’s Coma”, which was performed at the HBO Workspace while the tape was sent to the directors of the American sketch series “MADtv”, who promptly hired Michael as their screenwriter.

After Greg Cohen recommended Michael, he started working as a screenwriter for the show “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”, alongside some of the show’s other writers such as Brian Stack and Andrew Weinberg.


He is credited with the creation of several popular characters in the series such as “The Interrupter” and “Hannigan the Traveling Salesman”. He was part of the show from 2001 to 2008, and occasionally made appearances in it, including the time in 2004 when he portrayed an accountant who offered a rather strange solution to the debate about gay marriage, which was then talked about in the media all around America.

When the show was supposed to change to “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien” and move to Los Angeles from New York City, Michael decided to leave, and he then became the head writer of the variety sketch show “Important Things with Demetri Martin”, and also worked as a writer for several months for the late night talk show “The Colbert Report”.

While writing for the former, he became friends with Nathan Fielder who became their writer shortly after Michael, and they went on to create the action comedy series “Eagleheart” together, which starred Chris Elliott and was quite popular as it aired from 2011 to 2014.

Shortly after “Eagleheart” ended, Michael and Nathan created the show “Nathan for You”, when Comedy Central asked Nathan to come up with a pilot episode for a new comedy show. The two men created a show in which Nathan who is a business manager comes to the owners of small companies and offers then strange and funny solutions to their problems. The series was a huge hit, and won Nathan a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Male – Television while it was nominated for five others.


While still helping Nathan with his show, Michael worked on the sitcom “The Jack and Triumph Show”, and contributed to the creation of the show “Triumph’s Election Watch 2016”. In 2017, he started writing for “Saturday Night Live” (SNL).

Michael has won one Primetime Emmy Award and six Writers Guild of America Awards, while he’s been nominated for nine other Emmy Awards.

Love life and marriage with Ellie

Michael met Ellie Kemper backstage while they were both working on the show “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”, and where Michael was flirting with her. They started dating just days later, and could had been seen appearing together in more than one sketch in the show.

They became engaged in 2011, and on 7 July 2012 they married in a small ceremony attended by only their closest friends and family. Ellie gave birth to their first son James in July 2016, while their second son Matthew followed in September 2019. Michael is Jewish and Ellie is Roman Catholic, but they’ve decided to raise their sons in Ellie’s faith. The family of four is living together in New York City.

Both Michael and Ellie were in a long-term relationship several years before they met, Michael dating his college sweetheart for two years, while Ellie was dating her college sweetheart for three years before their split.

Hobbies and other interests

Michael is a huge fan of animated comedy series – some of his favorites are “The Simpsons”, “Rick & Morty”, and “Family Guy”, while he is also keen on watching animated movies such as “Shrek” and “Emperor’s New Groove”.


Some of his favorite actors and actresses are the late Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy and Julia Roberts, while some of his favorite movies are “Dead Poets Society”, “Meet Dave”, and “Runaway Bride”. Michael likes to attend comic conventions as well as cosplay events (although he doesn’t dress up), and is keen on playing video games, with his favorite being “Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt”. One of Michael’s favorite hobbies is travelling and he has been all around the US and also to Europe on several occasions, visiting places such as London in England and Paris in France.

Michael is not very sporting, but enjoys playing golf with his friends.

Appearance and net worth

Michael is 43 years old. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall, and weighs around 163lbs (74kgs).

As of May 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $2 million, while Ellie’s net worth is reputedly over $4 million.

Who is Ellie Kemper? Wiki Bio

Elizabeth Claire Kemper was born in Kansas City, Missouri USA, on 2 May 1980 – her zodiac sign is Taurus and she holds American nationality. She is perhaps best known for starring in the title role in the comedy series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, which aired from 2015 to 2020 and which also starred Jane Krakowski and Tituss Burgess. It follows a woman who, after being a member of a doomsday cult, decides to change her life and moves to New York City. The series was a huge success, winning 17 awards while it was nominated for 86 others, including 18 Primetime Emmys.

Ellie was raised alongside her three siblings in Kansas City by their mother Dorothy Ann ‘Dotty’ Kemper who was a housewife, and their father David Woods Kemper who served as the CEO and chairman of the bank holding company Commerce Bancshares, Inc.


When she turned five, Ellie and her family moved to St. Louis where she studied at Conway Elementary School, before enrolling at John Burroughs School where she became interested in theatre and doing stand-up comedy. Upon matriculation in 1998, she enrolled at Princeton University from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 2002. She also studied at Worcester College, Oxford prior to her graduation.

Ellie made her debut TV series appearance in 2006 when she portrayed Cindy in the drama comedy “Sexual Intercourse: American Style” followed by her roles in “Mister Glasses” in 2007 and “Important Things with Demetri Martin” in 2009.

She gained recognition in 2009 when she was invited to portray the lead character, Kelly Erin Hannon in the comedy series “The Office”, which also starred Steve Carell and Jenna Fischer. It was a huge hit worldwide, as it won 48 awards including a Golden Globe, while it was nominated for 186 other awards. Some of her latest roles in TV series have been in the comedy sketch history series “The Who Was? Show” in 2018, the live TV special “Live in Front of a Studio Audience” in 2019, and she served as a guest judge in the talent show competition “America’s Got Talent” in 2019 as well.

She made her debut film appearance in 2009 when she played Jamie in the comedy movie “Mystery Team”, which starred Donald Glover, D. C. Pierson and Dominic Dierkes, and which follows several child detectives who are trying to solve a mystery.

Some of her following roles were in the comedy movie “Get Him to the Greek” in 2010, the drama “Somewhere”, and the comedy film “Bridesmaids” both in 2011, while some of her most notable performances have been in the movies “21 Jump Street” in 2012 and the satirical romantic comedy “They Came Together” in 2014. After this she became focused on voice roles, lending her voice to characters in movies such as “The Lego Batman Movie” and “Smurfs: The Lost Village” both in 2017, and “The Secret Life of Pets 2” in 2019.

Ellie has won five awards, including a 2010 Golden Nymph Award for Outstanding Actress – Comedy Series in for “The Office”, and an MTV Movie Award for Best Jaw Dropping Moment for “Bridesmaids”; she’s been nominated for 11 other awards too.

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The Untold Truth Of Randy Moss’ Ex-‘Wife’ – Libby Offutt



Who is Libby Offutt, Randy Moss’ ex-girlfriend?

Elizabeth Ann ‘Libby’ Offutt was born in St. Albans, West Virginia USA, on 1 November 1975 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she holds American nationality. She is a housewife, but perhaps best known for being the former girlfriend of Randy Moss, a famous American Football player – many people believe her to be Randy’s ex-wife, as they have five children together, however, the two never actually married.

Early life and education

Libby was raised in St. Albans alongside her sisters Angela and Jennifer by their father Frank Montgomery Offutt, who was a businessman and who served as the Chairman of the Board of Christian Education, and their mother Margarette who was a housewife.

Frank also worked for a variety of companies including Monsanto, Goodrich-Gulf Rubber Plant and MTI Engineering among others, and was a basketball coach; he died on 28 November 2012 after undergoing surgery to fix his ‘pure autonomic failure’ degenerative disorder.

Libby attended Saint Albans High School located in West Virginia, where she was among the most popular girls due to her attractive looks, then after her family moved, she attended DuPont High School at which she became physically active as she started playing several sports, while she also became interested in swimming.


She mostly practiced because she wanted to stay fit, planning on becoming a model, however, things changed for her after she started dating Randy Moss.

Upon matriculation in 1993, she decided not to pursue a college degree but to find an ‘ordinary job’ to financially support herself, and later her children.

Love life and relationship with Randy Moss

Libby met Randy while she was attending DuPont High School, and they dated for only several months before Libby became pregnant. Even though she was advised by her friends and family to have an abortion so that she could continue her studies and work on her career, Libby chose to give birth, and she and Randy welcomed their daughter Sydney Nikale Moss on 6 March 1994.

Not many people supported their relationship, because Randy’s black and Libby’s white, and things became even worse after the birth of their daughter. In 1995 when somebody offended Randy, he got into a fight and was sent to prison for three days, which ruined his plans for the future, as he lost his Notre Dame football scholarship.

In 1996, both Randy and Libby were taken to a police station after their neighbors reported domestic violence but neither pressed charges, and they continued to live together with Libby giving birth to their four more kids Senali, Montigo, Thaddeus and Sylee.


Shortly after the birth of their fifth child, Libby and Randy split due to what appears to be his infidelity, and he went on to marry Lydia.

Many years later in 2016, Randy talked about how Libby spent a fortune on drugs, and rejected his offer to pay for her rehabilitation program – he also claimed that she no longer cared about their children, which is why he had to abandon football to raise them with Lydia. Libby claimed Randy wasn’t telling the truth, and that he and Lydia didn’t let her see her children.

Sydney has become a basketball player, while Thaddeus is a football player and is today playing for Fighting Tigers (Louisiana State University team).

Drug problems, hobbies and interests

Libby admitted that she had drug issues in the past, but has claimed that she has been clean since 2007, ans her mother Margaret has backed up her claims. According to rumors, she is back to being physically active, and although she isn’t as good as she was before, she occasionally plays soccer and tennis with her friends, and has several training sessions at the gym each week to stay in shape. Her pregnancies have made her somewhat overweight, and although she isn’t trying to get rid of the weight, her training has improved her stamina and made her feel better about herself.


Late at night she likes to watch movies, and some of her favorite actors and actresses are Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Angelina Jolie, while a few of her favorite movies include “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, “Meet Joe Black” and “Titanic”.

Libby’s net worth

Libby’s net worth has been estimated at over $10,000 as of June 2020, while Randy’s net worth is estimated at over $25 million. Libby hair color is brown although she usually dyes it blonde/gray, and her eyes are blue. She is 44 years old.

Who is Randy Moss?

Randy Gene Moss was born in Charleston, West Virginia on 13 February 1977 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds American nationality.

He is a retired professional American Footballer, who played for 14 years in the National Football League (NFL), while he is today working as a sports analyst.

Randy was raised in Rand, West Virginia alongside his brother and sister Eric and Lutisia, and attended DuPont High School at which he met Libby. He was one of the most active students there, as he played football, baseball and basketball, while he also ran track and was on the debating team. Although he chose football for his career, he also excelled at basketball as he became West Virginia Player of the Year twice, as well as at track and field and was the West Virginia State Champion for both 100 and 200 meters runs. He was expelled from DuPont High School before matriculation, and had to finish his education at Cabell Alternative School.


He enrolled at the Florida State University in Tallahassee, but was expelled after a test showed that he smoked marijuana. He started studying at Marshall University and began playing for Marshall Thundering Herd. Before graduation, he joined the NFL league and started playing for the Minnesota Vikings, staying with them for seven years before signing a contract with the Oakland Raiders on 2 March 2005. He was not satisfied with the team, and thus moved to the New England Patriots in 2007 where he stayed until 2010 before returning to Minnesota for a week, as he was transferred to the Tennessee Titans. On 1 August 2011, it was announced that Randy would be retiring, but he came back on 12 March 2012 to play for the San Francisco 49ers before finally retiring the following year.

In July 2016, he started working at ESPN Network as a football analyst, appearing in their shows “Monday Night Countdown” and “Sunday NFL Countdown”.

Randy is a philanthropist who has been helping underprivileged children ever since his first child was born. He has been donating clothes and food to people in need since the launch of his football career, and on 29 June 2005, he founded the Randy Moss Celebrity Charity Invitational Bass Tournament, which was held once a year and the money gathered donated to Smile Network. He also founded the Links for Learning Foundation in 2008, which aims to help children living in poor conditions in West Virginia.

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