From WSMV.com news:

Channel 4 has learned that Kings Island has dropped plans to include celebrity skeletons as part of a Halloween display.

Skeletons dressed and positioned to resemble ex-NFL quarterback Steve McNair and his mistress were part of the display. A promo video for the "Halloween Haunt" shows McNair sitting up on a couch with [Sahel] Kazemi lying across his lap. There is a hole in the top of McNair's football helmet.

E-mails flooded Channel 4's inbox expressing a distaste for the display. Channel 4 e-mailed the park and received an answer late Wednesday.

"When the gates open for the start of our Halloween Haunt event on Friday," said park spokesman Don Helbig, "park visitors will not find a depiction of Steve McNair in any scenes."

Thursday, the park released another statement, saying, "Kings Island has removed the celebrity scene from its Halloween Haunt event. We were not intending to be distasteful, and we apologize if we offended anyone."
Kazemi fatally shot McNair before killing herself July 4 in Nashville.

Other celebrities included in the display were Michael Jackson in pajamas, Health Ledger with pill bottles and Sonny Bono on skis.

Thanks to loyal reader Jennifer for the tip.

In addition to being an adulterer and a cheat, NFL legend Steve McNair was also lax in his responsibilities to his family. The 37-year-old former Titans quarterback obviously thought he was immortal so he didn't bother to prepare a will.

According to the AP, his widow Mechelle, in court documents revealed McNair didn't leave a will before being gunned down by his jumpoff two weeks ago.

A Nashville judge made Mechelle the administrator of McNair's estate -- ensuring that she and the two sons she bore McNair are well taken care of.

But where does that leave his other two sons by a previous relationship? And what about family members such as his distraught mother, Lucille? What if she didn't get along with her daughter-in-law? Is she out in the cold?

Instead of chasing tail, maybe McNair should have been handling his business.

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A word of caution to all married (and unmarried but attached) men who can't resist the urge to step outside of your relationships: Don't sleep.

Back in the day, when the black community still had values and high morals, men would still creep. But it was understood that a man never went to sleep with a jumpoff in his hotel room.

The true playa's motto was: hit it then quit it. They never let their emotions get involved because they valued what they had at home.

About 6 years ago, I received a letter from a reader. Inside the letter was a photo of an industry baller sound asleep in what looked like a hotel room. In his open hand lay a sex toy.

The letter author was, of course, a pissed jumpoff. In her lengthy letter she asked me to put him on blast by posting the letter and photo on my website. I declined her request due to the fact that I knew him and he was a genuinely nice guy.

But being a genuinely nice guy didn't save NFL baller Steve McNair from the wrath of his 20-year-old jumpoff, Sahel Kazemi.

McNair, 36, met the then 19-year-old Kazemi six months ago at a Nashville Dave & Busters where the McNair family often ate. The two exchanged numbers and Kazemi became just another notch in the notorious playboy's belt.

Kazemi, who police say was spiraling out of control in the last week of her life, confided in a co-worker that she wanted to end it all.

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A medical examiner's findings ends the rampant speculating on whether or not NFL legend Steve McNair's jumpoff shot him multiple times before turning the gun on herself:

From TMZ.com:

We just spoke with Tennessee assistant medical examiner Dr. Feng Li, who tells us preliminary test results in the Steve McNair death show Sahel Kazemi fired the gun that killed both of them.

Feng -- who conducted autopsies on the two bodies -- told us he was able to make the determination from the crime scene investigation, police interviews, autopsy findings and preliminary lab results -- which include gun shot residue test.

Friends say McNair's wife, Mechelle McNair, had no prior knowledge of her husband's 6-month affair with the 20-year-old waitress whom he met last year.

Robert Gaddy, a close friend of McNair's who phoned 911 from the death scene, denied McNair and his wife Mechelle were divorcing:

"People need to quit talking about what they don't know. Mac never said anything to me about he was going to get a divorce, and ever since this has all happened everybody is trying to paint a certain picture and they need to talk about what they know."

This "gigantic" 14,000 sq. ft. mansion is the home of the late NFL star Steve McNair and his wife Mechelle. The home is located at 2430 Bear Road in the exclusive Woodmont Estates in Green Hills, a suburb of Nashville.

The two-story mansion boasts 9 bedrooms, 9 1/2 baths, movie theater and 3 car garage.

The McNairs put the house on the market for $3 million probably around the time Mechelle found out Steve was cheating on her with a 20-year-old waitress. Both McNair's names are on the deed.

The original purchase price was $1,599,000 back in 2004. The listing price is $3,800,000. But according to the realtor's website, you get a $800,000 discount and a Steve McNair autographed football if you act quickly (no joke).

MORE pics of the McNair home after the break...

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An emotional Eddie George remembers his friend Steve "Air" McNair. Too bad Eddie didn't talk to his homie about shtting on his wife and kids for industry whores.

To those of you industry wives who think your man's friends, associates, staff won't protect your man's other woman -- think again. They will smile in your face and act like everything is all good. The bottom line for them is money, not loyalty to you.

As most of you know, NFL great Steve McNair lost his life on the 4th of July when his mistress, aka jumpoff, allegedly shot him before turning the gun on herself. He was 37.

The star quarterback played 13 seasons in the NFL with the Tennesse Titans and two years with the Baltimore Ravens before retiring last year.

McNair was found slumped on a sofa in the living room of his rented condo in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. He was shot four times - twice in the head and twice in the chest. His 20-year-old mistress, Sahel Kazemi, was sprawled on the floor a few feet from his body. The murder weapon was found under her.

Kazemi, known to her family and friends as Jenny, had plans to marry the professional ball player whom she had been dating openly for months. He promised her the world. But even though the McNair's $3 million home was up for sale, there is no evidence that a divorce was filed in Nashville, where McNair lived with his wife Mechelle and their four sons.

Americans tend to glamorize professional athletes and place them on a pedestal so high they are virtually out of reach. These athletes can do no wrong in the eyes of their adoring fans who often look the other way when the athlete runs afoul of the law. The rules for professional athletes don't apply to normal folk like you and me.

That is why when an elite athlete of McNair's caliber is toppled from his throne in such a public manner bringing shame and dishonor to his city -- the praise, eulogies and tributes are endless. His football stats are repeated ad nauseam. There's barely any mention of his indiscretions. And no life lessons to be taught to his adoring child fans.

The life of a professional athlete has its upside: the large salaries, the flashy lifestyle, and the women. As I've written so many times in the past, it is extremely difficult for the married baller to turn down the advances of a beautiful Kim Kardashian-type woman.

So many of our women are comfortable in the knowledge that their men would never cheat on them. And so many women are proven wrong.

McNair didn't just cheat, he violated his vows in the most reprehensible way. He showed extremely poor judgment by courting and dating a waitress who wasn't even old enough to drink. There are rumors that he paid the rent on her Nashville apartment and was putting her through medical school.

McNair met the then 19-year-old Kazemi at the Dave & Buster's his family frequented in Nashville. Kazemi exchanged numbers with McNair after serving his wife and children dinner. Family and friends of Kazemi recalled the trips, dinners and expensive gifts he bought her. Before giving her the Escalade, McNair let her have the keys to his Bentley.

Neighbors of Kazemi say they saw McNair at her apartment so often they thought he lived there. For her 20th birthday in May, McNair bought Kazemi a late model Cadillac Escalade. Last Thursday, the police pulled them over in that Escalade. Kazemi had been driving erratically and she reeked of alcohol.

Still, she refused to take a breath test, saying, "I'm not drunk, I'm high." The cop said she was belligerent and running off at the mouth -- spoiled by her rich, famous boyfriend into believing she was as above the law as he was. Kazemi was arrested on the spot for suspicion of DUI.

McNair, the passenger in the Escalade, was allowed to leave the scene in a taxi. Despite the fact that he was legally liable for the underage drunk driver at the wheel. Once again, his celebrity status got him off the hook.

Meanwhile, across town, McNair's wife Mechelle McNair was holed up in their 14,000 sq. ft. mansion with their four sons. Married for 12 years, the couple hadn't spoken to each other in two days. Police say when Mechelle heard the news of her husband's homicide she was "distraught" and "in and out of it."

McNair promised Mechelle the world 12 years ago. He gave her all the material wealth she could ask for. He put her through nursing school and bragged that she had her own career. All the while he cheated on her every chance he got.

All professional athletes wives have stories to tell about the groupies on the road. Many of the wives were once groupies themselves. They know the game well. Some athletes' wives put up with cheating dogs as long as their husbands are discreet and their AMEX black card is not declined at Neiman Marcus.

But even one-time groupies have their limits. When another woman's child is brought into the picture, the NFL ballers and their wives usually agree to an amicable divorce citing irreconcilable differences. The wife gets custody of the kids and all the material possessions they amassed during their marriage. Her life comes full circle as she sets her sights on another baller.

The glamorous life of the NFL baller usually doesn't end this way. At the hands of his immature mistress, who was barely an adult with nothing to lose.

ESPN and Tenessean.com