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New Video Of Gracelyn Trimble With Gun Amid Dalvin Cook Allegations

New Video Of Gracelyn Trimble With Gun Amid Dalvin Cook Allegations

A freshly-uncovered viral video of Gracelyn Trimble shines a new light on her ongoing feud with ex-boyfriend Dalvin Cook.

Cook, a running back for the Minnesota Vikings, has accused Trimble of domestic abuse while maintaining he is the victim of a financially hefty extortion attempt.

Trimble, meanwhile, has accused Cook of battery and false imprisonment in a lawsuit.

In the aftermath of the accusations going public, a series of troubling photos, videos and text messages emerged from both sides. The include bloody photos of Trimble, as well as a clip of Cook seemingly being threatened by her.

On Friday, a new video found its way online. It appears to show Trimble brandishing a firearm while in a car.

Over the past few days Trimble has found herself on the wrong end of claims that she is deleting her social media posts.

This past Wednesday Cook addressed the media regarding this matter.

“I just want everybody to know I’m the victim in this situation and the truth and the details about the situation will come out at a further time,” he said.

“Like I said, I don’t want to go into further details about it,” Cook continued. “I know that the facts of the situation will come out and clear everything up that y’all are trying to get answers to.”

Up to this point, both the NFL and Vikings have been hesitant to intervene. Cook has continued practicing with the team and is permitted to keep playing.

This matter will be left up to the courts to sort out.

Will justice ultimately prevail when it’s all said and done? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

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