Vick is vowing that he will not be bullied by death threats. He’s committed to continue working with community service organizations in spite of the threats.
As we reported, the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback’s book-signing tour was forced to be canceled because of those death threats, but his rep tells TMZ that Vick straight up refuses to let his haters control his life.
“Regardless of the past threats, he has millions of fans around the world and has been receiving countless messages of support. He will continue to keep an active schedule working with charities.”
Mike will continue to work with the Team Freedom Outreach (recreation and visitation programs for youth detention centers) and the Veterans of Foreign Wars organization. We’re told Mike has security measures in place in case more threats are made and plans on giving cops a heads up before he visits the centers.
“Mike is committed to helping make his community a better place,” Vick’s rep says … adding, “[he] is determined to continue his work with charity and helping others.”
Michael Vicks new memoir is titled “Michael Vick: Finally Free.” It’s set for release on July 27.
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