Tyler Seguin: Swiss story ‘100 percent untrue’
|01.10.13 at 12:15 pm ET|
WILMINGTON — This is as much of a story as the infamous Amstel Light saga, so we’ll make this quick: Tyler Seguin is pretty offended by a Swiss report that came out this week saying he was a hoarder and spent his time in Switzerland living in his own filth.
Swiss tabloid Blick wrote a story citing the company hired to clean Seguin’s apartment and reported that the 20-year-old’s floor was littered with money, soda bottles, garbage and dirty linen, while rotten bananas weren’t hard to find either. Deadspin picked up the story, and from there things took off.
Seguin denied the report on Twitter on Wednesday and elaborated after skating with Bruins teammates at Ristuccia Arena on Thursday.
“I was blown away with everything. It was very unprofessional,” Seguin said of the report. “I don’t want to talk about it too much, but everything there was 100 percent untrue. I don’t know if it was because I was one of the only guys on the team to ask for a cleaning service, but it was just something that I’ve always had. I didn’t see the big deal in it [since I was] traveling and such. I was very disappointed in that. It was very unprofessional of them.”
The report stated that Seguin was “not versed in appliances” and tried to washing his clothes in the dryer. That would appear to be half-true, as Seguin said he did his laundry in Biel teammate Patrick Kane‘s apartment a floor below him, but this tweet from November explains the dryer situation.
One complete inaccuracy in the report was the suggestion that it was Seguin’s first time living by himself. Seguin spent his entire rookie season with the Bruins living in his own apartment.
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