It’s hard to just walk past an ice cream shop. Or, at least, that’s what former NFL star Michael Strahan said while on a walk with his daughter.
Strahan is Undergoing a Custody Battle
Strahan and his family are currently in a custody battle.
It isn’t the first battle to be played out in the tabloids, either. In 1999, he married Jean Muggli and the pair later had twins in 2004. She claimed domestic violence but retracted this claim in 2006.
According to Sportscasting, there have been many messy battles since he and his ex-wife got divorced. The most recent starting last month when Strahan began a custody fight over the twins. He alleged that the girls were being physically and verbally abused by their mother. Strahan also said that Muggli has caused the girls to miss some of their court-ordered therapy sessions as well as volleyball and equestrian competitions. If he wins the custody battle currently in progress, he wants to move his daughters from North Carolina to his home in Manhattan.
Strahan has had a pretty consistent appearance in the spotlight since 1993 when he started playing as the defensive end for the New York Giants. He retired from football after his 2007 season. Strahan is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame for his time with the Giants and his record for most sacks in a season.
He then immediately started his career on broadcast television. Strahan was a studio analyst on “Fox NFL Sunday,” a co-host on “Live! With Kelly and Michael,” a host on “Good Morning America,” and also hosts the “$100,000 Pyramid.”
Daughters Are Behind the Wheel
Despite his busy on-screen life, he continues to make time for his twin daughters and their family dog Enzo.
After posting the photos to social media, Strahan said that Isabella and Sophia are dealing with some major changes in their life. One part of that is the twins are learning to drive, according to popculture. He posted one photo on his Instagram of the twins in the front seat and him smiling from the backseat.
The two teens are not allowed in his large car collection of seven different high-priced vehicles. At least while they’re still learning to drive.