SOUTH BEND, Indiana – The woman who police say was assaulted by former Pittsburgh head football coach Michael Haywood is lashing out at the university following Haywood’s dismissal earlier today. Haywood and the woman are the parents of a child together.
Haywood, the former Notre Dame offensive coordinator, was hired as the head coach at Pittsburgh on December 16. When news of his arrest for felony domestic assault was made public, officials as the University of Pittsburgh terminated Haywood’s employment.
“Oh, that’s just great, Pitt!” yelled Haywood’s baby mama. “I was in line for an assload of child support. Now that you fired his ass, I’m stuck with getting some state minimum.”
The baby mama said she had attempted to contact Pittsburgh officials to try to talk them into reconsidering their decision.
“Child support based upon a head coach’s salary is a helluva lot better than child support based on some unemployed dude’s welfare,” baby mama said. “I may as well have hooked up with some sales clerk from Old Navy.”
In Indiana, child support can be set as low as $12.00 per month, according to the Indiana Child Support Guidelines.
Ned Fortner, a local disability recipient, said, “Hell, Sally Struthers can feed a kid in Africa for like ten bucks a month. Twelve bucks is plenty. Haywood’s kid and baby mama will be fine.”