Lamar Odom is on the hook for a huge chunk ‘o change after allegedly missing the payments on an SUV … at least according to the lender, who’s now suing over it. U.S. Bank Leasing just sued Khloe Kardashian’s ex claiming he owes back payments on a 2017 Chevrolet Suburban. In docs, obtained by TMZ Sports, the lender claims he hasn’t made his monthly $668.40 payment since February 15, 2020.
Former NBA star Sebastian Telfair was not among those who penned supportive letters for his younger sister ahead of her sentencing for threatening his ex-wife and kids. Octavia Telfair, 35, will learn her fate in Brooklyn Federal Court on July 27. On Monday, her lawyers submitted notes from her siblings and even the victim, but none from the once promising basketball star. “Unfortunately one of my brothers Sebastian Telfair was going through a tough situation and Octavia is very protective as they are only a few months apart,” her older sister Sylvia Telfair wrote to Judge I. Leo Glasser.
A teenager has been arrested and charged with burglary and grand theft after he allegedly stole Orlando Magic guard Terrence Ross’ Lamborghini Urus from a dealership last month. The 16-year-old, according to the Orlando Sentinel, is now in juvenile custody in Miami and is facing a burglary of a structure charge and third-degree grand theft. He was arrested on July 1, exactly one month after he allegedly stole Ross’ car.
Warren LeGarie — who represents several NBA head coaches, assistant coaches and front-office executives — said in his claim, “Defendant Nurse failed to do certain things required by the representation contract. Among other things, Defendant Nurse failed to abide by the terms of the representation contract, failed to pay Plaintiffs the amounts due under the representation contract, and failed to disclose to Plaintiffs the amount of the employment contract he entered into with the Toronto Raptors for the 2020-2021 through 2023-2024 NBA seasons, thus denying Plaintiffs the opportunity to be paid for commissions wed on Defendant NURSE’s employment contract for the 2020-2021 through 2023-2024 NBA seasons.”