Joe Namath’s Daughter Reignites Controversy In The Namath Family

In their adolescent years, Joe Namath described his children as “Not Being Rational.”

Joe Namath, the legendary New York Jets quarterback and cult icon, has had a shady off-field history to say the least. The Jets legend’s life has been dogged by problems around his alcohol and drug abuse since his ex-wife Deborah Mays left him in 1998.

His two daughters have become embroiled in the negative news around him, threatening to poison his life just as he is getting his life back on track.

Namath is embroiled in yet another controversy, as the ex-husband of his eldest daughter demands a financial report

Joe Namath with the eldest daughter Jessica (photo: Dailymail)

Kennedy, on the other hand, was unfazed and dragged the quarterback into the drama by demanding that he give his financial records, including credit card transactions and tax returns, in order to claim that Jessica is supported by her affluent father.

This demand was made to demonstrate that Jessica did not require Kennedy’s financial assistance because she had received numerous presents from her affluent father.

Jessica’s lawyers, on the other hand, responded by contending that the estranged ex’s claims were an overreach of his entitlement to obtain personal and financial information about the Namath family.
Namath’s Upper West Side condo, which he donated to both his daughter and son-in-law following their July 2015 wedding, was also brought up as one of the hall-of-“gifts” famer’s to his daughter. The condo, which cost $1.01 million, was discovered to be jointly owned by Namath, his daughter, and his son-in-law.

Olivia, the eldest daughter, was 16 when she became pregnant

Joe Namath with daughters, Olivia and Jessica and granddaughter (photo: People.com)

As if that wasn’t contentious enough, Olivia was arrested for drug possession three years after the child was born. Olivia was busted with a pound of marijuana in her automobile in West Palm Beach in 2010. Olivia was only 19 years old when this happened.
Olivia finally married her baby daddy in 2014, putting an end to Namath’s younger controversies.

Namath’s Fight Against Alcoholism

Namath and Mays attending Ronald Reagan’s state dinner on April 17, 1985 (photo: gettyimages)

Deborah was the one who assisted him in reducing the amount of alcohol in his system. But his sobriety only lasted a little more than 14 years, from 1985 to 1998, when Deborah allegedly left him for a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon.

Following the divorce, the Hall of Famer attempted to drown his sorrows by returning to the bottle, as well as his meds.

His under-the-radar alcoholism was first revealed on a Monday Night Football program in December 2003.

Namath’s comments were gibberish throughout the episode, and reporter Suzy Kolber struggled to understand him. The former quarterback was smitten over the reporter and even moved in for a kiss, saying the iconic words, “I want to kiss you.”

Three decades later, it appears that Namath is still having trouble avoiding the scandals that surround his family.

Namath’s status in the Jets’ NFL Draft in 2021

Quarterback Zach Wilson, the No. 2 overall choice in the 2021 NFL Draft, has signed with the New York Jets. The BYU quarterback, who is 21 years old, is ecstatic to be playing for the Jets.

Namath, a Jets legend, had this to say about the draft to the press:

I’m excited to meet Zach; I haven’t had the opportunity to meet and speak with him, so it’s difficult to judge someone without sitting down and talking with them. But from what I’ve seen of him on tape or on television, he’s an athlete in my opinion. He throws the ball and wanders around. A gifted sportsperson.
During the conversation, Namath stated unequivocally that the Jets were overdue for a championship. He also thanked God for allowing him to be a part of a winning squad during his time there. And wishes for the Jets to be able to make history once more.
Wilson’s signing has definitely piqued his interest, and he has high expectations for both the athlete and the team. Despite the fact that a lot of things are going wrong for Namath, he still has football to keep him happy.