- The Washington Times - Monday, December 1, 2014

Former college football Brennan Clay furiously tweeted Sunday that Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is having an affair with his wife.

“So Demarco Murray was having an affair with my wife .. I’m done .. @demarcomurray and @gina_edagos0126 .. 1 has a baby momma and she has 2 kids,” Clay tweeted to his 25,000 followers, naming Gina D’Agostini as his cheating wife, the New York Post reported.

The two have reportedly only been married for five months. They don’t have any children together. Clay didn’t give any further details about the alleged affair, or if it is still going on.

“I’m disgusted,” tweeted Clay, who played with Murray for the Oklahoma Sooners in 2010. “On that note headed to church.”

After apparently receiving flack for airing his wife’s alleged dirty laundry, Clay tweeted: “People givin me ish for puttin it out there ..if you could read these messages .. YOU would too .. I wanted the truth out there.”

Neither Murray nor D’Agostini have responded to the allegations. D’Agostini reportedly wiped her Twitter account Sunday of all photos.

Clay later told TMZ that he’s filing for divorce from D’Agostini and has already met with lawyers to begin the process.

He said he found one of his wife’s old cellphones that allegedly had more than 50 “inappropriate” text exchanges and graphic photos that he believed D’Agostini and Murray sent each other, TMZ reported.

The former college player lamented that Murray was “the person who I looked up to the most as a running back and as a friend” while playing for the University of Oklahoma.

A representative for Murray told TMZ that “DeMarco is focused on the Bears” and has no comment.

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