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Friday, May 29, 2015

Legal Matters

Jameis Winston sexual assault alleged victim’s side of story told to police

Jameis Winston will not be charged for an alleged sexual assault, the Florida state attorney announced on Thursday. The Florida State redshirt freshman quarterback’s lawyer said his client had sex with the alleged victim on the night in question. The attorney said the sex was consensual, whereas the alleged victim claims that was not the…Read More

Richie Incognito, Dolphins players reportedly harassed team staff member

The Miami Dolphins are already facing a major issue with the alleged workplace harassment that took place between offensive linemen Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito. According to a new report, the problems may have been more widespread throughout the organization and gone beyond just player harassment and bullying. Jason Cole of the National Football Post…Read More

Mike Pouncey served grand jury subpoena after Dolphins game

Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was served a grand jury subpoena by Massachusetts State Police following his team’s 27-17 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Sports Illustrated reported the story and has a photo of Pouncey getting served inside Gillette Stadium after the game. The subpoena is believed to be related to the…Read More

Mike Miller may sue Miami Heat after being defrauded

Former Miami Heat player Mike Miller is considering suing the team for their role in a scam where he was defrauded. According to the Miami Herald, Miller was swindled out of $1.7 million by a con man who was posing as a member of a wealthy Pakistani family. Miller says he was introduced to the…Read More

Tawanna taking Allen Iverson back to court, wants big payment

Allen Iverson’s ex-wife Tawanna is taking the former NBA MVP back to court because she wants a better arrangement to ensure she is paid the amount of child support she is owed. The Iversons have been in court sorting out their divorce/custody battle this year, and it’s been a mess. In February, the judge presiding…Read More

NFL settles concussion lawsuit with former players for $765 million

Like any multi-billion dollar business would have done, the NFL took a step toward making a major problem go away on Thursday when it announced a settlement in the concussion lawsuit filed against the league by roughly 4,500 former players. The price tag? $765 million. According to the NFL’s official settlement release, $675 million will…Read More

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