The former Georgia Tech football star told the news station he didn’t take a plea deal in exchange for testimony against his wife because they were partners in parenting.
“That’s my wife, we are a team,” Wimbush said. “Even if she had a majority of the say so.”
Wimbush then told Channel 2 that although he wasn't home with his wife and their 10 children all the time, he knows he “could have done something.”
Though he remained stoic during the trial, Wimbush started to cry as he spoke to Channel 2 about his children.
However, Wimbush said he doesn’t regret acting as his own attorney because it allowed him to speak to his children.
A judge ruled that the parents cannot communicate with any of their children until they are adults.
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