Jordan Rodgers' Ex Is Showing All Her Receipts On His Cheating

Jordan Rodger's ex-girlfriend Brittany Farrar already came for him once this week. He can post all the lovey-dovey instagram letters he wants, but Farrar is showing a conflicting side. From the dirty laundry she's aired on Instagram, it looks like she's been listening to Lemonade.

But today she took it a step further. Brittany Farrar isn't only showing up with allegations. She has receipts — literally.
Photo: Instagram/brittany.farrar.
Yes, that's exactly what it looks like: A receipt posted by Rodger's ex, showing that he sent another woman flowers while they were dating. The note attached to the flowers: "Happy birthday to my favorite Bella. Miss you can't wait to see that beautiful smile again. From, Your favorite football player wanna be actor."

Farrar serves tea with a side of shade, captioning the receipt for the flower order "The Original Rose."
"The receipt for a giant bouquet of roses Jordan bought for the girl he cheated on me with in Louisiana. (The first of many I would later find out about)," Farrar wrote. "He met her while shooting Pitch Perfect 2 (he was deep in the background pretending to be one of the Green Bay Packers — the closest he’s ever been to making an NFL team)."

Farrar also included texts Rodgers allegedly sent her toward the end of their relationship:
Photo: Instagram/brittany.farrar.
In her caption, Farrar explained her reasoning for airing Rodger's transgressions. He made their relationship a part of his new status, but besmirched her character.

Ultimately, the best thing about this whole update comes in her use of hashtags: #FromYourFavoriteFootballPlayer('s brother) #ExpensiveBouquet #NowIKnowWhyYouNeverHelpedWithRent #NotHisFaultCutFromPracticeSquads #DrivingHisBrothersTruck #GoodThingTheRingWasFree #NeilLane #TheBachelorette #FameGoalsAchieved #YourChoiceIfThisIsMyLastPost #IveGotLotsMoreProof #DontCoverMyPeepholeAgain

#YourChoiceIfThisIsMyLastPost? Looks like the ball is in Aaron Rodger's court now.

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