The Mike Postle saga is far from over. On June 7, Veronica Brill, the former Stones Live commentator who was the first to expose the massive cheating scandal involving Postle and Stones Gambling Hall, published a “tell-all” interview with the alleged cheat’s ex-wife Sabina Johnson on YouTube.
The video interview, which lasted for an hour, mainly revolved around Postle’s alleged scamming history and past bad behavior, which led Johnson to believe that the cheating allegations against her estranged husband were 100% true. However, no hard evidence can be extracted from the interview to prove that Postle was indeed guilty of carrying out the act.
Postle “Takes Pride In Taking Other People’s Money”
For the most part, Johnson expressed herself as the wronged wife, recounting her bad experiences with Postle and his misdeeds, which caused their marriage to fall apart.
A number of commenters noted that Johnson could be under the influence of alcohol or drugs when the interview took place, as she came off kind of “flighty” and “inebriated”, according to some of those who watched the interview.
Nevertheless, Johnson shined a light on a lot of stuff, including Postle’s alleged involvement in a previous cheating controversy on PokerStars. Johnson also named Chris Moneymaker as among those who were involved, but the investigation was not able to proceed due to insufficient evidence. This claim remains unverified.
Postle’s Failed Attempt To Get Back At Brill
Johnson spewed out some harsh words against her ex-husband, saying that he often boasted about being the “fleecer” and that he “takes pride in taking money from other people” without them knowing it. She also said that Postle “is very good at manipulation”.
After the cheating scandal exploded, Postle allegedly contacted Johnson and asked her to cooperate with him and keep her mouth quiet about their previous issues as husband and wife. Johnson also revealed that Postle asked her to drool Brill for questions so that he can “try and pin Brill to the wall”, which she refused to do. The poker pro allegedly threatened Johnson that he would take custody of their daughter if she didn’t cooperate.
Brill interviewed Johnson a month ago on Mother’s Day, May 9. The interview was published just this week. But before it was published, Postle allegedly warned Johnson via text message about the potential consequences she could face once the interview makes it to the internet.
Netflix Documentary A Set Up To Make Postle Look Good
Johnson also offered new information in relation to a previously announced documentary about the cheating scandal. In September 2020, TV producer David Broome announced that he’s planning to create a Netflix documentary about the cheating controversy involving Postle.
During that time, Postle was also preparing to file a multi-million defamation lawsuit against his accusers, which included some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Joey Ingram, Daniel Negreanu, Doug Polk, ESPN, Todd Witteles, and even Brill.
Johnson claimed that the film, no doubt, was originally intended to portray Postle as the innocent person. That’s because Broome had a connection with Rounder Magazine publisher Evert Caldwell, with which Postle is directly associated. Johnson also said that Postle wanted to make money out the documentary.
When the cheating scandal went public, Caldwell published several articles in support of Postle. The poker player’s name also appeared on the masthead of the magazine on several occasions. Johnson knows Caldwell personally as she was previously hired as model for Rounder. Postle met her through Caldwell.
As of now, there have been no relevant updates about the documentary which is believed to have already been scrapped.
Brill’s Anti-SLAPP Hearing Moved to June 16
Brill is currently awaiting judgment on her anti-SLAPP motion against Postle. The former Stones commentator is requesting for $79,000 in legal costs. Whether or not she’ll be awarded that actual amount remains to be seen, but the ruling is expected to go in her favor, just like what happened to a similar motion filed by co-defendant Todd Witteles.

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