Brady is devastated that he’s lost custody of son Tate on Days of Our Lives (DOOL) but in the end, he only has himself to blame — and perhaps Karma.
We get that he thinks he fell in love with Eve (Kassie DePaiva) but that didn’t mean he needed to be as cruel as he was with Theresa (Jen Lilley), especially after learning all that she gave up to protect him and their son!
She escaped with her life from Mexico after being the toy for a madman for over a year and a half! Who knows the horrors she experienced or saw, but she survived because she had to make it back to her family.
Granted Theresa may have been a bit naive to think that Brady (Eric Martsolf) would wait for her, especially since she had to crush his little heart when she walked out – to ensure he didn’t follow her and end up getting killed.
But, knowing what she experienced and how she now had nothing, he still threw her out of the house and threatened to get sole custody of their son. And now he’s lost that son? Boo hoo! That is called reaping what you sew, Brady! And it was mean!
And you’ve been sowing nastiness for the past year, young man. It all started when Nicole (Arianne Zucker) had the gall to fall for his brother Eric (Greg Vaughan), even though Brady had pressured her to be with him a whole five seconds after she broke off her engagement to Deimos (Vincent Irizarry).
Seriously, Brady, ever hear of a rebound romance? That’s what you were (and frankly what Nicole was to him). But rather than bow out, he tried to ruin her life, making her choose between the daughter she always longed for and the man she loved. That was mean, Brady!
Then when Eve had the audacity to be Deimos’s widow, Brady stooped so low as to try to frame her for murder to get her away from their company. And then when that failed, he pretended to care for her to steal the company. That was mean, Brady!
And let’s not forget that he’s fallen off the wagon and who knows who was taking care of Tate (probably Maggie).
Of course, then there’s Theresa who just wanted to get her life back. Would it have killed Brady to feel the slightest bit of empathy for the mother of his child, whom he once planned to marry? He kicked her when she was down.
No, Brady, losing custody of Tate was of your own doing. And it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving jerk.
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