Zach Wilsons Ex Accuses Him Of Sleeping With His Mothers Best Friend

Zach Wilson’s ex seems, to be dating his college flatmate, Washington Commanders wide recipient Dax Milne after she apparently blamed the Jets quarterback for cheating on her with his mom’s best friend.

Milne seemed to uncover his relationship with his one-time closest companion’s ex, Abbey Gile, with a heartfelt Instagram post on Saturday.

“Word on the street,” he wrote alongside two photos of him on a beach holding hands and cuddling his new Girlfriend, who never showed her face.

The site said Gile — who split with Wilson, her high school darling, earlier this year — confirmed the relationship in a video on her Instagram, which had been erased by Monday.

According to screenshots widely shared online, Gile even went further when a commenter accused her of being a “homie hopper” by dating her longtime ex’s one-time bestie.

In a recently-deleted comment, she had written that Wilson “was sleeping with his mom’s best friend … that’s the real homie hopper,” she wrote with two laughing emojis.

Gile soon deleted her Instagram account, and Milne blocked all the comments to his initial romantic post.

Wilson’s mom’s best friend was never identified, and the quarterback does not appear to have commented on the rumor.

The rumors sparked a series of memes — with one joking that Wilson “did play for the Cougars” — as well as seemingly admiring posts from other gridiron stars.

“Zach Wilson is the [goat],” tweeted former wide receiver Chad Johnson, using a common acronym for the greatest of all time.

“Confirmed,” replied DK Metcalf with a laughing emoji.

Meanwhile, Wilson’s mom, influencer Lisa Neeleman Wilson, posted an emotional, nearly 30-minute-long Instagram video Sunday decrying the evils of social media and online predators.

Instead of referring to her son’s love life, however, she spoke of the pain of her daughter turning on her and hating her because of “satan” working through social media.

She said, Children don’t belong on social platforms. How did this happen? I had reached a point in my life that I thought I had mastered parenting. My oldest daughter was a professional dancer and amazing choreographer. She was married to great guy headed to medical school and she has since returned to school to become a Physical therapist assistant. I have a kid in the NFL and 3 more playing or soon to be playing college football. I mean the last one, they just kinda fall in line right? I thought I had done all the things to teach her to recognize danger. I thought I had blocked her from outside influences and I mean she was my kid, so even if someone got in, she knew what to do. I was wrong. I completely underestimated the degree of evil that was possible, in a little electronic device, I personally placed in my baby girls hand. Gone are the days of creepy ice cream trucks and stranger danger. Satan has found a way to come right into your home and steal your child, without you even noticing. The worst part? You let in and you even paid him to do it.
Thank God for a mothers intuition. The outcome could have been much worse. Believe me, I know life is much easier to just look the other way and pretend that you raised them so damn good, you have nothing to worry about. But unfortunately, Satan is smarter than you are. Who’s going to take back the power of your title? You are the parent. You make the rules. Children want to be controlled. They want structure. It’s like swaddling them and holding them tight. It makes them feel loved. It makes them feel like you care. If you don’t control them…. They will find someone who will. in her post.

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