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|911 call transcript|
A transcript of the 41-second call from Terrell Owens' publicist Kim Etheredge to 911 on Tuesday night:
Etheredge: "Hi, I have an emergency please."
911 operator: "You need the police out there?"
Etheredge: "I need an ambulance please."
911 operator: "Let me give you the paramedics."
Etheredge: "Thank you."
911 operator: "Stay on the line."
For the complete transcript, click here.
-- The Associated Press
"He shouldn't have been telling you anything about my personal life anyway," Owens told The Dallas Morning News. "That's where it stops -- right there. He should have never said anything remotely involving me or my personal life, especially my son or even my ex-girl."
Primm, who has worked with Owens for seven years, told the paper on Wednesday that Owens was upset about being unable to see his son and had broken up with his fiancee in the days leading up to the 911 call this week.
The trainer called himself a father figure for Owens, who said he no longer wants anything to do with him.
"He is a victim of what I have fallen victim to over the course of my career," Owens told the Morning News. "He shouldn't have said anything about my personal life -- period. Now I really have to be guarded as far as who I talk to. If I can't trust my own trainer, I can't trust nobody."