So says Atlanta television station WSB, which had a reporter on the scene when T.O. no-showed a court appearance yesterday. The hearing involved T.O. being $20,000 behind on payments to the mother of his seven-year-old daughter. T.O.'s been crying poverty of late, but this is from the WSB report:
Owens' attorney, David Hartin, told the judge it was his fault Owens was not there. He said he didn't communicate well with his client.
It's not clear what the communication breakdown was. The judge agreed to reschedule the hearing for next week, and T.O. could go to jail if he doesn't appear. We're not sure we want to know what else he might have been doing.