We warned you that strippers would be coming from all across the country buring last February's Super Bowl, and they did. What we didn't warn you in our "Super Bowl guide to sex, drugs, gambling, and living large in South Florida" was that it is probably not the best idea to knock up one of these strippers. For that, we'd like to personally apologize to the Washington Redskins' Albert Haynesworth.
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Silvia Mena, who the New York Post calls a Salma Hayek-look alike, works as an exotic dancer in Brooklyn. She allegedly met Haynseworth late last year in Miami, and he romanced her during Super Bowl week before inviting her back to his Tennessee home. She claims that he knocked her up, but has refused to speak to her since late March.
Now Mena has filed suit against Haynseworth for $10 million, claiming he refuses to pay her medical bills and dumped after she got pregnant.