Mere hours after her tell-all book, A Rod: The Many Lives of Alex Rodriguez hit the shelves, evidence surfaced that suggests the book's author, Selena Roberts, may have cheated on her eighth grade geometry midterm.
The women whose rampage to destroy Alex Rodriguez's reputation has been well documented has now a bit of dirt on her resume: on question 16 on her eighth grade geometry midterm, she may or may not have looked at Steve's diagram.
A source close to Roberts states, "To tell you the truth, I wasn't really watching Selena at all. She might have looked at Steve's paper. Who knows? If I said she definitely didn't, I'd be lying."
If that evidence isn't enough, someone (who prefers to remain anonymous) who once knew someone named Selena (although not the Mrs. Roberts who is specified) said that the girl he knew always seemed "a bit shady" and wouldn't put it past a woman with the same name to cheat on such an exam.
The question in...question involved a diagram of an isosceles triangle with a base of nine and a height of root two. Selena, who was weak in the use of Pythagorean's Theorem, allegedly peered at Steve's paper, who was sitting diagonal from her.
Whether the use of PED's such as contact lenses is in question, it can be clearly ascertained that Mrs. Roberts' B+ on this exam was gained as diabolically as Alex Rodriguez's home runs.
With no substantiation and made of mostly speculation, this article has about as much credibility as Mrs. Roberts' book. The 103 other students who also cheated on the same exam will go unnamed, however.
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