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NFL legend Deion Sanders likes ‘em young. Bossip spoke to Deion’s latest conquest, Aleea Stanton, who happens to be the daughter of Angela Stanton, the woman who made all those wild accusations about Phaedra Parks.
Aleea Stanton, who was 18 when she met Sanders, tells Bossip she met the former football star through Twitter.com in 2011.
“I got a DM on Twitter from a guy saying, ‘Hey I’ve got a friend that wants to meet you.’ I said, ‘Ok, cool who is it? He says ‘Deion Sanders,’ and I said ‘Who???’”
Aleea said she had to Google Prime Time to see who he was.
When it comes to cheating men, I’m not one to jump to conclusions without an abundance of evidence. So I enter into evidence exhibit A (exhibit B is after the break).
According to Bossip.com, media mogul and former NBA star Earvin “Magic” Johnson was spotted leaving a restaurant with a female who was young enough to be his niece (and that’s probably who he introduces her as).
Careful analysis of their body language reveals that the lunch date was not all business (look at the slutty way she is dressed). Magic’s mouth is gaped open (as any married man’s mouth would be if he was caught leaving a restaurant in the presence of a stripper). And the young lady’s face also registers shock and surprise at seeing the paparazzi.
The biggest news at Thursday’s NBA draft — besides the 1st and 2nd picks emerging from Kentucky — was the drama involving current Golden State Warriors’ head coach Mark Jackson.
According to The Smoking Gun Jackson was the target of an extortion plot by a stripper with whom Jackson carried on an extramarital affair.
The extortion attempt culminated this week with the arrests of the stripper, Alexis Adams, and her alleged co-conspirator, ex-convict Marcus Shaw.
Adams and Shaw are accused of trying to extort a six-figure payment from Jackson in return for not “disseminating/selling graphic photos of Jackson to the ‘vultures of the media.'”
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If you’re a Twitter user you may have heard of the drama between noted author Kola Boof, Kimora Lee and her soon-to-be ex-husband Djimon Hounsou.
Ms. Boof, whose claim to fame is she once slept with Osama bin Laden, claims Djimon blew her back out, but Djimon says he’s never met the woman.
Officer arrested for obstructing search of girlfriend’s residence — 2 weeks after his wife was attacked and robbed
Two weeks after a DeKalb County police officer’s wife was brutally assaulted and robbed outside their home, he was arrested for obstruction while a search warrant was being executed on his girlfriend’s residence.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the unidentified wife of DeKalb Police Sgt. Jerry Banks was enjoying an evening out with a friend on May 13. She called Banks around 2 a.m. to tell him she was on her way home after dropping her friend off.
At 3 a.m. the couple’s daughter remembered leaving the garage door open and went to close it. She alerted her father that her mother’s car was in the driveway.
Banks, who was at home with his daughter and her boyfriend, said he followed a trail of blood from the garage to the spot on the front lawn where his wife lay critically injured. She was transported to Grady hospital where she remained in intensive care on Monday.
The 3 occupants inside the home say they heard nothing outside, according to police reports.
Police do not consider Banks a suspect in his wife’s attack — despite the fact that he was taken into custody on Friday for being “boisterous” and “disobedient” when he was ordered to leave his girlfriend’s home.