Published: Tue, June 20, 2017
USA | By Kelli Rowe

Rob Gronkowski and friends run up $100K tab at party

Rob Gronkowski and friends run up $100K tab at party

But the New England Patriots tight end said it's not true. A PR rep from Shrine bar told the website that the receipt was authentic.

TMZ also posted a pictured of Gronkowski's alleged receipt, totaling $102,407. TMZ reported that a representative for the club confirmed that Gronkowski and about 20 of his friends racked up the massive tab, which included 160 bottles of champagne and 16 bottles of Grey Goose.

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The 70-year-old, who is in his second spell as president, stood unopposed for the post. But Bayern have trashed the reports. "As a rule, we do not comment on these rumours".

The Patriots star tweeted following the news saying, "Don't always believe what you read".

By accident or carefully crafted, Gronkowski has gone out of his way to make sure he's seen having a good time during his off time from the game, and this offseason has been no different. Shrine Foxwoods posted videos of Gronkowski dancing shirtless early Sunday morning. A 20 percent tip of $1,024.07 would be $204.81. According to the Boston Globe, Gronk even brought his personal DJ, Dante the Don, to play the music for the festivities.

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Where Rob Gronkowski goes, the party follows - and it usually involves a lot of booze, even more dancing and nearly always the removal of clothing.

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