Bizarre Situation Unfolds At JSU As Deion Sanders Insists Someone Stole His Belongings After School Tells Reporters Items Were ‘Misplaced’

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Deion Sanders won his first game as head coach of Jackson State on Sunday but unfortunately, his big day was overshadowed by a bizarre series of events.

After the team’ss game, Sanders told the media that his belongings, including his cell phone and wallet, were stolen from his office.

“How do you think it feels, coming back, teary eyed – the guys just presented me with the game ball, one of the best moments that I’ve ever had in my career – and you notice you don’t have a phone to call your momma, your girl, your kids, because it’s been stolen.”

Minutes later the school told reporters that the items were found and just had been “misplaced.”

Sanders refuted the school’s explanation of the events and insists that his belongings were stolen.

Jackson State released a statement saying items belonging to Sanders were “taken” and “returned.”