Indiana Pacers star forward Paul George is rumored to be caught up in scandal after he allegedly cheated on his girlfriend and fathered a child with a Miami exotic dancer.
George is currently dating Callie Rivers, daughter of the current Los Angeles Clippers head coach, Doc Rivers. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg. George reportedly offered the exotic dancer, Daniella, in upwards of one million dollars to abort the unborn child.
According to Daniella’s Instagram account, she declined the money and decided to keep the baby. More importantly, according to multiple media outlets, this is not the first time Daniella has messed around with celebrities.Per Balleralert.com “Daniela isn’t new to the world of ballers. She was rumored to have messed around with Lil Wayne in the past and can be found frequenting Heat games. Here’s where it gets messy. Daniela and George go back at least to over the summer of 2013 where they were spotted at a mansion party together,” the article stated.
Abortion is a controversial topic among Americans and this rumor couldn’t have come at a worse time for the budding superstar. George is currently having his best season yet, averaging 22 points, six rebounds, and three assists per game, while leading the Pacers to a 38-10 record. Over the summer, George signed a five year deal worth over 90 million dollars.
The Indiana Pacers and Paul George have not released any statements regarding the matter yet, but expect this story to get even bigger in the coming weeks. Excluding Paul George, this is not the first time an NBA player has impregnated an exotic dancer. In 2013, Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade reportedly impregnated an exotic dancer while him and long time girlfriend Gabrielle Union were taking a “break” from each other. Wade and Union reportedly worked it out and are now moving on from the fiasco.
In the end, there will never be an end to professional athletes cheating on their loved ones when they have so much free time on their hands. Professional athletes travel all across the U.S. and sometimes make the wrong decisions.
Paul George and the Indiana Pacers are front-runners for the Larry O’Brien Trophy this year, but will this hamper their chances?
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