It is quite clear that she is trying to get the attention of Tom Brady.
Recently there was a blog written that explains who Veronika Rajek, Tom Brady's "new girlfriend" is, so if you require background information on her and her connection to Tom Brady, you can read that here.
But there is a new development in the case of Veronika's effort to make Tom Brady her romantic interest.
To begin with, let's consider an Instagram photo that she posted on the day of the NFL Super Wild Card Weekend game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (the team of her supposed romantic interest) and Dallas Cowboys.
The Vince Lombardi quote about a "man," the red lingerie, the small Tom Brady teddy bear, the suggestive poses... it's quite clear that she's trying to get the attention of Tom Brady. Initially it was a humorous joke, but now she is actively trying to pursue him.
We'll delve into that further in a moment, but as you're aware, the Buccaneers lost that game against the Cowboys, 31-14, eliminating Tom Brady and his team from the NFL playoffs.
Guess what Veronika does.
What any woman would do for the man they love - Defend him and criticize others:
Tom Brady's biggest fan model Veronika Rajek is taking a page out of Gisele Bundchen's book, calling out TB12’s teammates for the #Bucs' playoff loss, saying, via TMZ:
“I’m just sorry. But one guy cannot play for everyone on the field.” pic.twitter.com/dRP9Udgnrr
— MLFootball (@_MLFootball) January 17, 2023
Sure, this may seem like all fun and games, but where the heck is her husband? She's literally trying to seduce another man and she is actually married.
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