Allen Iverson, one of the greatest NBA players of this generation who earned more than $150 million during his playing career, cannot even afford a cheeseburger today.
Just three years removed from the league that made him a multimillionaire, where the undersized 6-foot turbocharged dynamo earned the adulation of millions for winning against the giants, he has quickly spiraled into a pit of alcoholism, depression and bankruptcy.
Friends and family members say, however, that the seeds of his precipitous fall from grace and financial heaven were sown years ago.
Allen Iverson EX Hires The Same Lawyer Who Represented Usher, And Now A.I Wants a New Judge In His Divorce Case!!
Allen Iverson EX Hires The Same Lawyer Who Represented Usher, And Now A.I Wants a New Judge In His Divorce Case!! Allen Iverson Ex Hires The Same Lawyer Who Represented Tameka Raymond, And Now He Wants a New Judge In His Divorce Case!! NBA legend Allen Iverson wants a new judge in his divorce case — claiming the current judge unethically does legal favors for campaign contributors, and he’s afraid she will screw him just like she did Usher’s estranged wife.
Iverson filed a motion for the judge to recuse herself last month, claiming she has accepted campaign donations from his estranged wife’s attorney — and has a track record of making biased decisions for contributors.
As for the Usher connection — the lawyer who repped the singer in his child custody showdown with Tameka Raymond is also repping Iverson’s ex.
In his motion, Allen claims the judge’s decision to strip Tameka of primary custody was biased, and he refuses to get the same treatment.
The judge ain’t going anywhere … for now. She shut down Allen’s motion, claiming he failed to provide enough evidence to back his allegations.
Basketball player Allen Iverson hasn’t had the best history with money. Just when we thought his money troubles were behind him, Iverson’s bank account gets snatched by the Georgia court system. A Georgia court is garnishing the former NBA baller’s wages to pay a hefty six figure jewelry bill.
Iverson was sued in 2010 for skipping out on a $375,000 bill from the company Aydin & Company Jewelers. Since Iverson never responded to the lawsuit, the court ruled in favor of the company. Iverson’s total is now a whopping $859,896.46. that includes court fees, interest, and attorney fees.