Houston Rockets star James Harden has allegedly been sued by Moses Malone Jr., who is the child of NBA legend Moses Malone.
On Monday, Isiah Carey of Fox 26 in Houston announced Malone Jr. documented a suit which "affirms Harden paid a gathering of individuals $20,000 in real money to assault and burglarize Malone at V-Live strip club a year ago."
The suit says Harden was disturbed Malone Jr. condemned the Rockets monitor's choice to charge youngsters for a ball camp and reacted by coordinating the burglary.
James Harden legal advisor, Rusty Hardin, stated, "I am in Boston for testimonies so I haven't seen the request, yet I have already talked about Moses' assertions with James and others, and I am absolutely agreeable that the claims are false," per Carey. "Lamentably, I am anxious this is simply one more case of individuals looking for a profound pocket when they find that the general population really dependable have no cash."
Marla Carter of ABC 13 in Houston revealed in July 2016 police accused four men of disturbed theft with a lethal weapon from the episode. As indicated by Carter, Malone Jr. said he was victimized of $15,000 in adornments.
Malone Jr's. lawyer, George Farah, said Malone Jr's. basic Facebook post of Harden "essentially referenced the way that James Harden was charging $250 for a ball camp," per Carter.
William Axford of the Houston Chronicle refered to court records in 2016 which said one of the assailants revealed to Malone he "slighted James Harden and that he should be rebuffed after that."