Allen Iverson was not only called a bad father in court and lost his Atlanta mansion to foreclosure auction but now his lawyer is claiming he has not paid legal fees of up to $60,000. Read More »
Allen Iverson is officially homeless well with his Atlanta mansion that is. The former NBA superstar has lost his mansion to a foreclosure auction. The bank took the home at a steal too. Details inside.
The divorce settlement is final as a long battle between former NBA star Allen Iverson and now ex wife, Tawanna. It only took $3 million to end the drama.
Allen IversonÂ is requesting a new judge in his divorce case. He is claiming the current judge unethically does legal favors for campaign contributors. Iverson feels as if the judge will ‘screw’ him over like other celebrity cases.
Allen Iverson, former NBA star, is not going to let his beautiful Atlanta mansion just go up in a foreclosure action.Â Read More »
NBA legend Allen Iverson no longer wants a divorce insisting he and his estranged wife have recently bumped, so her petition is null and void.
Iverson filed a motion to dismiss last week in his pending divorce case, claiming he and his wife Tawanna had temporarily reconciled from November 2011 to February 2012 and had “resumed their marital relationship, cohabiting, having sexual relations and holding themselves out as husband and wife.” Read More »
A week after the Philadelphia 76ers’ Allen Iverson announced he was leaving basketball for the rest of the season to be with his sick 4-year-old daughter, the starâ€™s wife filed for divorce in Fulton County Superior Court.
In the divorce petition filed on Tuesday, Tawanna Iverson said her 8 Â½-year-long marriage to the guard was â€œirretrievably broken.â€ In the petition, Tawanna Iverson asked for temporary and permanent custody of their five children as well as child support and alimony. She did not ask for a specific dollar amount. The children range in ages from 17 months to 15 years.The children and their parents have lived in north Atlanta since August, according to the court filing. Before that, the family claimed homes in Rochester, Mich.; Englewood, Colo.; Denver, Colo.; and Villanova, Pa. Read More »
Former NBA star Allen Iverson had some choice words for Atlanta police after his Lamborghini was pulled over March 30, according to a police report obtained by Channel 2 Action News. An officer was patrolling the area of Peachtree and Piedmont roads when he noticed a gray Lamborghini change lanes without signaling. The vehicle, which had a drive out tag, was being driven by one of Iversonâ€™s associates, Antwuan Clisby, according to the report.
According to the report, Clisby told police that his passenger needed to go inside and eat. The officer said no one could leave the vehicle until the investigation was complete, the report stated. The officer called for backup when the passenger, identified as Allen Iverson, became irate, according to the police report, and stated,
â€œIâ€™m the (expletive) passenger.â€