Candy Weighs in on Dez Bryant’s Alleged Destruction of Royce West’s Rental

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CBS 11 reporter JD Miles interviewed Candy after we broke the story on State Sen. Royce West’s lawsuit against Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant. Bryant, an embattled professional football player who has had his fair share of legal troubles, allegedly destroyed the interiors of West’s DeSoto rental property, leaving behind loads of trash, broken windows and shutters, and even animal feces.


Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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  1. dormand says

    Kudos to Candy for her journalistic coup in this sordid matter.

    When the Dallas Cowboys were focused on bringing Dallas NFL Championship rings instead of extracting
    the maxiimum amount of revenue from a gullible public and even more gullible municipal officials, any player who committed such an offence to society could count on being out on the street immediately, regardless of NFL records broken.

    With Jerry Jones being clueless as to either character or how to manage a football team, we can get used
    to seeing the same level of behavior common at Baylor University, where football players have the functional equivalent of diplomatic immunity in McClellan County.

    These are the role models our young look up to. How can we expect impressionable youth to conduct themselves appropriately when their role models act like drunken sailers on shore leave?

    Until the NFL sets a firm and irrevocable personal conduct policy that insures immediate and certain material suspension or lifetime bans from competition, the sport will be a farce.

    As for Baylor University, the accreditation agency Southern Association of Colleges and Schools ( SACS ) should call the Baylor University Board of Regents onto the carpet and demand that they choose to be either
    a ) an academic institution with profound and compelling responsibilties for the safety and security of its students and faculty or b ) just another football factory.

    It cannot be both, and if one seeks to hold its accreditation it must adhere to the requirements and conditions of Title IX.

    • mmCandy Evans says

      Thank you Dormand, so well said and so true. I firmly believe this lack of respect emanating from these so-called “heroes” is what is destroying our youth and nation. At least Greg Hardy is gonesville.

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