What More Does This Guy Want? Katherine Webb's QB Boyfriend Spends Night With Lingerie Model
Some guys are just never satisfied, it appears.
Take Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, whose girlfriend Katherine Webb is so beautiful she created a national sensation when first shown on national TV in the stands cheering him on.
Webb said Friday that she and McCarron are not engaged but are still dating. Perhaps not for long though, as RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively that a sexy blonde lingerie model spent the night at AJ's Tuscaloosa home on Saturday, and Webb was nowhere in sight.
"We were hanging out at his house, and I had been drinking, so he didn't want me to drive," Maxim hometown hottie contestant Margaret Wood tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. "I did not stay at a hotel. That's all I can say. I'm trying to be careful about what I say because I feel really bad."
Margaret and AJ go way back, she claims -- before Katherine was even on the scene. "I've known AJ for a long time," Margaret explains. "He asked for my number back in the fall when I was on the sidelines at the Ole Miss-Alabama game. I didn't even know who he was. I had no idea he was even talking to Katherine. I thought he was cute."
AJ then met Katherine at an event in December, 2012. But he didn't tell Margaret. "I was making plans to go see him, and then I saw on ESPN about Katherine. I was like, whatever, thanks for telling me," Margaret says. "But it's not like he had to tell me, I guess, since it wasn't serious like that. I've kissed AJ, but it's not a big deal."
The two were reunited this Saturday, when Margaret's flight from L.A. to Memphis had a stopover in Tuscaloosa, and the connecting flight was cancelled. "I was having a really bad day," she says. "The guy I was dating, Aaron Judge, who just got drafted for the Yankees, and I had just broken up. My connecting flight to Memphis was cancelled so I was drinking in Tuscaloosa. with some friends and AJ met up with us.
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"We went out and we just hung out," she says. "It wasn't a big deal." (We have a feeling Webb might think it is.)
Pretty soon, they took the party to AJ's pad. "We were hanging out at his house, and I had been drinking, so he didn't want me to drive," Margaret says. "I did not stay at a hotel. That's all I can say.
"I'm trying to be careful about what I say because I feel really bad.
"It's his business, and he should be able to do what he wants to do. He was texting me this morning about the story coming out, and I was like, 'I don't know what to tell Katherine,'" Margaret told Radar. "I don't know her personally, but I would tell her, 'I've known him longer than you. We're just friends and it's not a big deal'.
"If I need to tell Katherine, I will call her. The last thing I wanted was to cause any drama. This all makes me looks like some hooch and I've known AJ for a long time."
Throughout their night, and morning together, Margaret says, AJ rarely mentioned Webb. "We don't talk about her when we're hanging out," she says.
But Katherine did come up once. "We were just hanging out on the couch, and one of my friends was picking on him because he had a bunch of blankets, and one of them was really girly," she reveals. "I was like, 'Whose blanket is this?' and he said it was Katherine's."
In a video taken inside AJ's living room that night, obtained by RadarOnline.com, one of Margaret's friends holds the blanket up to the camera, apparently in a dig at Webb, and says, "Hey girl, borrowed your blanket!"
Margaret insists, "AJ and I are just friends. People are blowing this out of proportion. One, I'm not a porn model. Two, it's just stupid. Why do people care. He should be able to do what he wants to do with friends. I should be able to do what I want to do. I feel bad for him."