A lot of unsubstantiated stuff in this article. But the one point in this article which I don't like (and this applies to all celebrities and athletes): One bar owner said Roethlisberger always expected he and his entourage to be given free food and drinks. Look, I know you "stars" are popular and all, but for crying out loud, you are making oodles and oodles of cash, why do you need to get free drinks/food? Heck, you should be buying drinks for the patrons in these establishments since most of them are buying tickets/memorabilia etc that help you earn your salaries. One story I heard from a roommate, when the Cowboys beat the Steelers in the 93 or 94 Super Bowl, Deion Sanders went out to dinner with his wife/girlfriend and friends. They rang up close to $1k bill, and since the server did not know him as a celebrity (she didnt watch foorball), he stiffed her on his tip. That girl worked all nite to serve you, and her tips help put food on her and her kids table, but since you think you are entitled, you stiff her. Almost criminal. This isnt just about Deoin, but most celebrities. I root for my guys and teams, but dont expect me to fall over myself for you in that manner.