DeAndre Baker’s Lawyer Is Beefing With Quinton Dunbar’s Lawyer And Is Threatening To Sue For ‘Tens Of Millions’ Over Tweet

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Seattle Seahawks’ Quinton Dunbar and NY Giants’ DeAndre Baker are both in serious trouble with the law and it seems like their lawyers can’t get along at the moment.

Last week, Baker and Dunbar were accused of robbing people at gunpoint at a party after losing a ton of money a few days earlier gambling.


Cops say Baker and Dunbar were allegedly hanging at a cookout — playing cards and video games — when an argument broke out and Baker whipped out a semi-automatic firearm. Cops say the men began to rob party guests … with Dunbar assisting in taking watches and other valuables at the direction of Baker.

Law enforcement says the men made out with more than $7,000 in cash — along with several valuable watches including an $18,000 Rolex watch, a $25,000 Hublot and a pricey Audemars Piguet timepiece. One witness told cops they had met Baker and Dunbar at a party a few days earlier in Miami — at which the NFL players had “lost” around $70,000.


On Wednesday, Dunbar’s lawyer Michael Greico posted a private message that appears to suggest that Baker was the person who lost the $70, 000 and was the one with the motive to rob people at the party.

Baker’s lawyer Patrick Patel is mad Greico for sharing the photo on social media that implies his client lost $70,000 before the robbery and is now threatening to sue.

Via NY Post

Baker is going to immediately file a lawsuit against Grieco for libel and slander, making everybody believe that Baker is in that picture, because his name is in the text,’’

“The text is complete bulls–t,’’ Patel said. “Read the text. You can say anybody is that person. Wasn’t it everybody’s bulls–t at the beginning that my client Baker lost $70,000? Now go read the text. The text is saying Baker won $10,000. So what are we doing?’’

Patel claims his client was playing Madden at the time of the robbery and plans to sue Greico for “tens of millions”.


Patel plans to go after Grieco for “tens of millions of dollars,” he said.

Patel claims Baker was playing the “Madden” video game in the lobby — and Baker can prove it, because he was logged in to his account for the game.

This latest development does not bode well for both players who are currently fighting the case.