On Saturday, the New York Post reported that NBA star Kristaps Porzingis had been charged with a sexual assault by a woman in his time with the New York Knicks. The alleged rape was reported to have happened only a few hours after Porzingis demolished his ACL in the February 6, 201
According to reports by Adrian Wojnarowski, the woman contacted the new York Knicks legal team in an attempt to get money that she allegedly owed through "private mediation".
The woman, who reported the incident to the New York police on Thursday, is allegedly seeking $ 68,000 from Porzingis, an amount 23-year-old claimed to pay for the woman's younger brother's college education.
ESPN obtained a number of text messages between the woman and Porzingis as well as e-mails between her and Knicks. The texts and emails depict a woman who wanted to pursue a romantic relationship with Porzingis after the alleged attack in February 2018, but who also wanted him to honor what she was saying was his commitment to contribute $ 68,000 a school fund for his brother.
According to the emails, the woman who lived in the same apartment building as Porzingis told Knicks that she went to Porzingi's opportunity to get her autograph in the late night hours after Porzingis had severe knee injury at Madison Square Garden on February 6, 2018 After what the woman told Knicks was an "extremely aggressive meeting," she said Porzingis agreed to include a statement with her that promised his $ 68,000 payment.
Porzingis' legal advisor, according to ESPN, believes the superstar's signature and the document he is said to have signed are a fake. Wojnarowski also reports that the handwritten contract contains errors such as incorrect spelling of Porzingis & # 39; first name.
In the alleged agreement, the woman wrote: "This agreement, effective on February 7, 2018, recognizes that an unexpected escalation of intercourse is due to an inevitable physical attraction from Kristap (sic) side happened subsequently, guaranteeing compensation to (the woman's) sibling college teaching in the amount of $ 68,000. …
"… Mr. Kristap (sic) willingly offered more compensation to (the woman), including business investments. (The woman) finally settled with Mr Kristaps (sic) offer for a $ 68,000 check. "
Porzingis, now at Dallas Mavericks, has not yet commented on the serious claims and has not played this season as he returns from ACL injury. The problem is persistent, keep up to date with Def Pen as history develops.