Rachel Snider, who married former NFL All-Pro wide receiver Terrell Owens and then left him two weeks later, was hospitalized last weekend after an alleged suicide attempt, according to celebrity website TMZ.com.
that Snide was in "very serious" condition and was in an undisclosed hospital after leaving Owens to return to Texas. TMZ said it had no independent details of her injuries or condition.
TMZ.com reported last Friday that Snider wanted a divorce after two weeks of marriage to Owens, charging that the player who once earned millions in the NFL was using her for her money. The website said the couple was married at a courthouse in Newhall, Calif. on Jan. 23.
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Snider told TMZ.com that Owens used the marriage to get a $2 million loan for Sherman Oaks, Calif. home.
"I felt in love ... and now I feel betrayed and heartbroken," Snider said to TMZ.com last week. "I really valued his love and friendship for five years. Out of the love in my heart, I tried to help him. We had a secret relationship for five years and I married him for love."
In the back-and-forth between the couple, a representative of Owens told TMZ.com Tuesday that the wide receiver and former reality television star wants a divorce as well and plans to file himself.
"Money is not an issue for Terrell," the representative said to TMZ.com, saying that Owens is primary person on the loan Snider referred to. "Come on, she's a postal worker. Do you really think she's the primary on the loan?"
The representative said Owens was working on a "new show coming out in March" but did not give details. He starred in his own reality series "The T.O. Show" from 2009-11. He has a cameo in the romantic comedy "About Last Night," which his theaters on Friday. He also has a part in the movie "Lap Dance," which stars Mariel Hemingway, Stacy Dash and Carmen Electra. There is no release date for that movie.
Owens has not been in the NFL since he played with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010. In 16 seasons, he caught 1,078 passes for 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns, per NFL.com
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