Gronkowski Bibi Jones

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Gronkowski Bibi JonesGronkowski Bibi Jones, We have been taking place outside of it so far. But on Wednesday, the Patriots sophomore TE Rob Gronkowski went to his farewell week (mis) adventures in Arizona, when she posed shirtless with adult film star BiBi Jones, who wore No. 87 New England shirt Jones, who knew who she was until Gronkowski know through mutual friends last week, published the photos on his Twitter account.

“I did not mean anything to harm the reputation of any New England Patriots or on behalf of Robert Kraft,” said Gronkowski, who also met with team owner.

“It was a simple image, and that’s all.”

Although you are sure to get plenty of flak in the locker room for the incident, a representative Gronkowski as a good person could actually have been driven by Jones.

“He was very polite and such a gentleman. There was a creeper or anything,” said Jones on 98.5 FM in Boston earlier this week.

He also said that nothing happened between her and Gronkowski beyond Twitter raises, even if she was anxious about, uh, the relationship to progress. Jones says he used to sleep with professional athletes and even named a few.

“Nothing happened. I wish we had something, but nothing happened,” he said of Gronkowski. “He asked if I could have some pictures with him and said, ‘Yeah, wait, I got my shirt.” I said, ‘OK.’ We were taking pictures. I asked if I could put on Twitter, as some athletes do not want that since I make movies for adults, and they do not want to be associated with it. It was really cool with it because they have more Twitter followers than him. ”

Why have the shirt Gronkowski easily at hand?

“He just takes a little with him,” said Jones. “That’s what I asked,” So you only have one shirt? It was like, ‘Yes, at times like this. “… I had it in his suitcase.”

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