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Tuesday’s Mashup: Rob Gronkowski gets birthday bikini dance from girlfriend Camille Kostek

Lucy Burdge
May 15, 2018 - 6:20 am

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-- Rob Gronkowski got a special 29th birthday present from his Sports Illustrated swimsuit model girlfriend, Camille Kostek, on Monday while the two are on vacation in Jamaica.

Kostek did a dance in her bikini for her Patriots tight end boyfriend and posted it to her Instagram.

A post shared by Camille Kostek (@camillekostek) on

“#nevernotdancing ... but with an audience this time ---- @gronk || bikini by my loves @frankiesbikinis,” she wrote.

Kostek also shared other pictures from the vacation and a special birthday post to Gronkowski.

A post shared by Camille Kostek (@camillekostek) on

“happy birthday stud --love you long time,” she captioned the photos.  

A post shared by Camille Kostek (@camillekostek) on

“A little you and a side of fruit,” she alongside another picture.

Gronkowski and the Connecticut native have been linked for at least two years.

-- A settlement has been reached in the Eli Manning memorabilia fraud lawsuit.

Three memorabilia collectors who accused Manning of giving them fake game-worn items that were sold to fans and settled their lawsuit against the Giants quarterback just days before it was supposed to go to trial.

Attorneys for both sides issued a joint statement on Monday:

"[Plaintiffs> Eric Inselberg, Michael Jakab and Sean Godown have resolved all claims in their pending litigation against the New York Giants, Eli Manning, John Mara, William Heller, Joseph Skiba, Edward Skiba and Steiner Sports, in accordance with a confidential settlement agreement reached today. The compromise agreement, entered into by all parties, should not be viewed as supporting any allegations, claims or defenses … All parties are grateful to have the matter, which began in 2014, concluded and are now focused on football, the fans and the future.”

Inselberg, Jakab and Godown were seeking triple the amount of their alleged losses for purchasing two helmets supposedly worn by Manning.

Manning and the Giants called the suit “inflammatory and baseless" in court filings.

The lawsuit was originally filed in 2014.  

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "It's a team effort, man. It's not just me. Everybody played their part in guarding him. He's obviously the best player in the game and you need multiple guys and learn to guard him an entire game. I just think we did a great job of that." -- Marcus Morris, on the Celtics guarding LeBron James during Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals

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