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Terrell Owens’ Wife, Rachel Snider Attempts To Commit Suicide



Terrell Owens’ wife, Rachel Snider was reportedly hospitalized over the weekend after what an insider is calling an apparent suicide attempt. According to TMZ Sports, the Texas postal worker tried to take her own life after suffering an alleged “broken heart.”

Reports surfaced last week that Owens and Snider’s two week marriage was coming to an end and that the 33-year-old wanted to divorce the former NFL star. Snider claims that Owens abused their friendship and that he “only married her for money and that he used her so he could get a loan for a $2 million home in Sherman Oaks, CA.”

In several tweets posted this week, Snider was more than candid in expressing her pain and suffering with her fans.

“Sometimes good things fall apart.. So better things can fall together.”

“I know ppl laff & think it’s a joke about our separation .But tHis was our first marriage for both. & I wud hve done anything to work it out.”

“I love Terrell always and forever . Hr is a wonderful, athlete, father, friend and brother in Christ. I will nvr regret saying I do.”

“I will not bash him on twitter or any other forum . He has children and family. What needs to be said, will be said in court.”

A source tells TMZ that Snider did in fact suffer some major injuries and that Owens’ estranged wife is still in the hospital. But the good news is Rachel has been busy on social media tweeting more positive thoughts.

“I hope all you tweeps have a fantabulous day!!!”

“Nothing revives the past so completely as a smell that was once associated with it.” Vladimir Nabokov.”

HipHollywood caught up with Owens earlier this week at the premiere for About Last Night where he was coy in discussing his troubled relationship. “I have to put on a good smile and keep my head up … I can’t worry about what everybody else thinks or any allegations,” T.O. told us.

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