In case you have been sleeping since 7:30 last night...
This is obviously just a report, but it's a report that actually makes a little more sense than the assumption that everyone (myself included) was running with. That assumption being that his step dad - that sued him the day prior - was responsible for all of this. Still not totally out of the question that the guy whose ass he beat wanted some revenge, but it would be a little silly to do so if he was trying to make the most of his lawsuit. To put it simply, a step dad has more to lose from his step son dropping 7-10 spots in the draft then a fired financial advisor does from an ex-client dropping 7-10 spots in the draft.
Something tells me that Laremy Tunsil wasn't using the most intricate of passwords so I guess it's not out of the question that whoever did this just guessed his birthday and immediately started posting. However, if there is anyone he would just straight up give it to it would be the guy in charge of his money. Especially since, according to those text messages, he didn't have all that much of it to begin with. His biggest mistake wasn't even disclosing his password or using the same password for EVERYTHING, it was potentially firing a guy that knew about his financial situation when his financial situation was so clearly being aided illegally. Let this be a lesson to all future NFL draft picks. Don't take video of yourself hitting bongs and if you're going to trust a guy with your money then trust him forever, because the lengths he'll go to to ensure your wealth will only be surpassed by the lengths he'll go to if you jeopardize his. Especially if you jeopardize his after he put up with all your suspensions and allegations and before he really got his true payday for doing so.
Of course this could just be the Miami Dolphins trying to paint a Picasso out of human feces, because if there is anything I know about family issues it's that they generally aren't temporary. Saying it could be the work of a corrupt adviser is quite possible a little wishful thinking on the part of the franchise that just burned a first round pick on a guy that the rest of the NFL almost immediately wiped off their draft boards.