The plot just keeps getting thicker and thicker.
After it was suspected that Ronaiah Tuiasosopo was actually the "girl" that Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o was talking to for hours every night, the football star has released three voicemails that he claims are from "Lennay Kekua," his fake girlfriend.
According to TMZ:
The first VM was supposedly left on Manti's phone right before she began her first round of chemotherapy for the fake cancer. During the call, Lennay says, "Just wanted to call you and keep you posted ... I miss you, I love you ... bye."
Call #2 is a sobbing mess ... in which Lennay accuses Manti of having another girl in his room. Lennay tells Manti, "I don't know who answered your phone ... and I don't care."
She continues, "This is my last time trying ... you made it clear what you want."
Manti claims Call #3 was placed on September 12, 2012 -- the day she supposedly died. During the call, Lennay tells Manti, "Hey babe, I’m just calling to say goodnight. I love you." She adds, "I know that you’re probably doing homework or you’re with the boys, or a girl maybe, just razzing. I just want to say I love you and goodnight and I’ll be okay tonight, I’ll do my best. So, yeah, get your rest and I’ll talk to you tomorrow. I love you so much hun, take care."
Te'o released the audio to Katie Couric, whose interview with the football star will air tonight.
This is getting confusing. Does it sound like Tuiasosopo was impersonating a woman or does the voice REALLY sound like an actual woman?
You be the judge. Listen to the audio HERE!