Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Melissa Kellerman became a national celebrity Thanksgiving weekend after Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten accidentally knocked her down when running out of bounds after catching a pass.
Kelleman did a little light-hearted trash talking on her Twitter account. Actually, it was two perfectly timed, witty statements that showed she was physically okay and in good spirits about the incident.
She tweeted twice:
“not hurtin’ today, like some y’all thought I would be. Out TE isn’t as tough as he looks…That or I’m way tougher than I look. ;)”
“I’m not the best at Jason Witten trust falls ;)”
Funny, innocent enough right? But her account mysteriously disappeared, and it was presumed the Cowboys or the DCC silenced her. However, CBS Dallas reports the Cowboys deny that, and today her account (@MelissaRae) is back
She has one of those protected accounts, so you’ll need to get her approval if you want to follow her. Her bio reads:
22-ish. Wears white cowboy boots and stars to work. Bridesmaid x2. Chapstick addict. Enjoys romantic walks to the fridge.
But enough of that, let’s look at more bikini pics. And see more Kellerman here.
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