The beautiful 5'2" actress Kristin Cavalleri recently endured another scare as she watched her husband Jay Cutler get injured in the Sunday match between the Chicago Bears and the Washington Redskins. Cutler, who is the quarterback for the Bears, got tackled on the field and suffered a groin injury. The muscle strain was sufficiently acute that Cutler, who stands at 6'3", was unable to stand erect as teammates helped him hobble off-field.
Now, prior to the injury, the photogenic Cavalleri tweeted a picture of herself "au natural" to her fans which drew a snide tweet from someone that she was too busy with her looks to show concern for her injured spouse. Cavalleri fired back that the picture was sent prior to her husband's injury. She later explained to fans that tweets from "haters" get under her skin and draw a disproportionate response from her over positive comments from supporters. It may be beneficial for Cavalleri to learn not to respond to negative comments and thus avoid enabling the very thing she detests.
The former star of "The Hills" went on to explain that she finds it hard to watch her husband get hit on the field and the birth of their son in 2012 only makes her concern for her husband grow more intense.
Cavallari certainly has a right to be upset. In a recent interview a local Chicago news station, WCIU, the young mother admitted it was tough to watch her husband in such a physically demanding job.
"When he gets sacked and he gets hit, it scares the crap out of me," she revealed. "He's gotten hurt the last couple seasons, and now we have a baby and that makes it that much worse."
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