Tom Brady recently took to Twitter to react to an allegation that he accidentally walked into a stranger's house—plus a story about him getting kicked out of a park in Florida while exercising.
Earlier this month, the NFL superstar and now Tampa Bay Buccaneer was going to visit Tampa's offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich at his home. He mistakenly walked into Leftwich's next door neighbor's house, which looks very similar.
"I literally was just sitting here and I watch this tall guy just walk into my house," homeowner David Kramer said, per TMZ. "He didn't even look at me. He just like dropped his duffel bags down on the floor and just kind of like looked up at me and I'll never forget the look on his face."
Kramer went on to say Brady was super nice about the entire thing when he realized he was in the wrong house, apologizing for the mix-up and leaving right away. The former New England Patriot is currently renting Derek Jeter's house, which is reportedly a 30,000 square foot mansion.
This wasn't the first time Brady found himself in the wrong place. He was also reportedly spotted by a park warden working out in a space in Florida which was closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19 earlier this month. The city of Tampa tweeted out a friendly apology to Brady, saying that while they're excited for the Buccaneers to get back onto the field, they need everyone's help to flatten the curve and beat the coronavirus first.
Brady responded playfully to the two separate experiences, quote-tweeting TMZ and saying he's "just making myself at home in Tompa Bay."
Hopefully the QB can find some space in his new home to stay in shape while we wait for the season and avoid any more run-ins with park security or neighbors.