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Richie Incognito smashes own $300,000 Ferrari in baseball bat attack

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Someone get Richie Incognito some psychiatric help!

Things have not been going well for Incognito since he was suspended from the Miami Dolphins following the Jonathan Martin scandal.

And now things seem to have got just a bit worse for the offensive guard.

According to TMZ, the 30-year old attacked his own $300,000 Black Ferrari FF in a fit of temper outside his home in Scottsdale, Arizona.

In the picture which you can see at the top of the page, the car has several major dents and holes in it, with the alleged offending baseball bat lying on the grass yards in front of the car, with a splinter stuck in the $300,000 Ferrari's grill.

After reporting the attack earlier, TMZ Sports came out with an update which claims that Incognito did the damage himself.

The 30-year-old former Miami Dolphin was suspended for the final eight games of last season after allegedly bullying teammate Jonathan Martin, 24.

Martin left the Dolphins Oct. 28 after complaining of the team’s locker room culture, directly blaming Incognito, who is now a free agent, for most of the abuse.

The releasing of the Wells' report did no help at all to Incognito's credibility, and his subsequent Twitter meltdowns further added fuel to the fire of claims that he is schizophrenic and has latent anger issues.

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