Tom Brady seen dragging screaming 6-year-old daughter Vivian off cliff in terrifying video, fans deeply concerned

The 41-year-old New England Patriots quarterback shared a video of the jump while vacation on vacation with family in Costa Rica


                            Tom Brady seen dragging screaming 6-year-old daughter Vivian off cliff in terrifying video, fans deeply concerned

Tom Brady was seen dragging his daughter, Vivian, off a waterfall while on a family vacation to Costa Rica in a video the football star posted on Friday.

The six-year-old initially wanted to jump off the waterfall but, just seconds before jumping, hesitated.

Brady, 41, nonetheless decided to make the jump pulled a screaming Vivian down with him.



 

Luckily, the pair emerged from the pool below a few seconds later unscathed.

Vivian then swam towards her father while someone at the top of the cliff screaming: "Oh my god!"

The New England Patriots quarterback took to his Instagram handle to share a video of the jump.

He captioned the video, "If Vivi is going to be an Olympic champion one day, it probably won’t be in synchronized diving."

Many social media users were shocked by the way he had dragged his daughter.

One user wrote: "Lowkey yanked her off the cliff lmaooooo." Another user added, "Poor Vivi didn't have a choice you dragged her with you!"

A few die-hard fans seemed concerned about Brady risking an injury ahead of the upcoming football season.

One fan shared, "Jesus Tommy your going to give me a heart attack doing stuff like this. Lol #goat New England loves you man - see you soon."

The upcoming season will start on September 5 and the quarterback is using his time off to holiday with his family.

On Thursday, the family—his wife Gisele and children John Edward, 11, Benjamin, 9, and Vivian—had gone horseback riding together.

The player shared pictures from their horseriding adventure on social media as well.

Recently, Brady shared a picture of little Vivian dressed in New England Patriots gear. He captioned an image, "Sorry @edelman11, you have moved a spot down on the depth chart."

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