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For the first time since he resigned because of 'substance addiction,' Skipper admitted that someone he bought cocaine from tried to extort money from him

  • The married 62-year-old father of two sons said the extortion, 'put me and my family at risk, and this exposure would put my professional life at risk as well'

  • Skipper, who became president of ESPN in 2012, also described his final day on the job, saying, '[t]hat's the only day that I cried'

  • Although he admitted there was an extortion attempt, Skipper didn't elaborate 

  • By Alex Raskin Sports News Editor For Dailymail.com

    Published: 14:14 BST, 15 March 2018 | Updated: 16:26 BST, 15 March 2018

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    Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5505279/Former-ESPN-president-John-Skipper-opens-cocaine-use.html

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