There may be a culpable suspect in the Laremy Tunsil social media saga.
The Miami Dolphins believe it was Tunsil’s former financial advisor who hacked the left tackle’s Twitter and Instagram accounts Thursday night, according to The Palm Beach Post’s Andrew Abramson.
A video of Tunsil smoking out of a gas mask was posted, then immediately deleted, from Tunsil’s Twitter account Thursday night minutes before the draft began. Later in the evening, an Instagram hack revealed screenshots of a text message exchange between Tunsil and Ole Miss Assistant Athletic Director of Football Operations, John Miller, that showed the star left tackle asking Miller to help him pay his rent and his mother’s electric bill.
Tunsil later admitted to receiving money from the program during his post-draft press conference. He was taken by the Dolphins with the No. 13 pick after falling out of the top 10 in dramatic fashion.
Perhaps a resolution in this dramatic draft night disaster is looming.