The stage video showed Brees standing in front of a camera crew before lightning strikes
By Chantz Martin | Fox News
Former quarterback Drew Brees said he just "fine" after a video surfaced showed him appearing to be struck by lighting.
The former NFL signal caller was filming a commercial for the sportsbook company PointsBet. The internet erupted after the video went viral, but Brees later confirmed he had not been hit by lightning.
Just over an hour and a half later, PointsBet followed up the statement to admit the lightning seen in the promotional shoot was indeed fake. ...
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