Allen Iverson wants his wife thrown in jail for trashing his house while he was out of the country reports TMZ.
He says estranged wife Tawanna Iverson took furniture, art, memorabilia and cash from his place after he got home from Asia.
Iverson asked for his belongs back but of course she refused. Well sounds like they are keeping it real hood right now…lol
Allen Iverson is trying to get out of the
Last June, his wife Tawanna Iverson took Allen to divorce court citing ‘irretrievably broken’ after he took $20,000 out of their joint bank account to buy jewelry then he stopped putting money in the account for the kids.
Now, Iverson want to shut down the divorce proceeding because he and his wife have “resumed their marital relationship’ by cohabiting and having sexual relations as well as “holding themselves out as husband and wife” between the months of November 2011 and February 2012. Simple put… he has been “getting it in” (literally) with his wife and should have to pay if they are back together.
According to Iverson, that’s enough for a judge to throw out Tawanna’s divorce petition — on grounds the marriage isn’t “irretrievably broken” … as she had claimed.
It’s unclear if Iverson actually wants to get back together with Tawanna — the former NBA player’s legal move might simply be an attempt to delay paying support.
Allen Iverson’s manager says despite the rumors circulating over the past few days he will not join the team in the Dominican Republic.
Gary Moore says Iverson has not signed and he is not planning on signing with a team yet…he is holding out for a better offer.
It all started when Pueblo Nuevo team president Milton Nunez told The Associated Press “The Answer” would play for his team.
Moore says Iverson is “shocked” by Nunez’s announcement and is still working out, “waiting for another opportunity.”
Allen Iverson and his wife are divorcing….first she said it has nothing to do with other women but now she took him to court demanding him to turn over the names of any girls he slept with while they were married.
Tawanna Iverson says
“give the name and telephone number of every person other than your spouse whom you have had sexual relations and/or intimate physical contact from the date of the marriage to the date of trial.”
She also wants to see all of his financial info of anything he spent over $1,000 since they got married. WOW she is gansta!!
Allen Iverson‘s soon-to-be ex-wife says she never caught the NBA star with another woman during their marriage (yeah right!!) and tells sources she’s simply filing for divorce because “sometimes people grow apart.”
Tawanna Iverson says despite widespread rumors,
“Cheating in the marriage has never been an issue. My decision to divorce has nothing to do with another woman.”
Tawanna who described her 10-year marriage in divorce papers as “irretreivably broken” explains,
“Sometimes people just grow apart and it’s just that simple.”
“Many people want this to be more complicated than that and it’s not.”
Allen Iverson‘s wife is once again calling off her marriage to the ex-NBA star filing divorce papers in Georgia for the second time in 15 months.
Tawana Iverson filed legal docs in Fulton County on Monday saying her 10-year marriage is “irretrievably broken.”
According to the docs, the two have 5 minor children together and Tawana wants sole legal and physical custody.
Tawana is demanding child support and alimony payments she’s also gunning for her fair share of the property and money accumulated during the marriage.
Just last year, Tawana filed for divorce from Allen but dropped it.
FYI: Iverson is currently playing pro basketball overseas in Turkey.
All Star Allen Iverson launched a tirade at Georgia Police during a traffic stop.
CNN obtained a report from a March 30th incident. According to the report Allen Iverson was a passenger in Lamborghini pulled over by police for changing lanes without a signal. The police investigation reported that the
Lamborghini’s tag was expired since 2009. The driver reportedly told the officer that the passenger, Allen Iverson, didn’t to leave to attend a dinner. The police denied his request that Allen became irate.
According to the report Allen said,
“I’m the (expletive) passenger.” Iverson, former MVP for the Philadelphia 76ers, was told his car would be towed.
“Take the vehicle, I have 10 more,” Iverson said, according to the report. “Police don’t have anything else (expletive) to do except (expletive) with me.” He then asked, “Do you know who I am?”
Former Nuggets star Allen Iverson’s Cherry Hills mega-mansion is under contract and expected to close on April 8, but not before Iverson quit paying the mortgage.
Iverson, who bought the 6,848-square-foot six-bedroom, nine-bathroom spread for $3.875 million in January 2008, let the property in the Buell Mansion subdivision slip into foreclosure on an outstanding balance of $2,572,914 owed to Wells Fargo Bank, according to a Notice of Election and Demand for Sale filed Feb. 28 in Arapahoe County.
Luxury real estate expert Edie Marks, who represents a buyer slated to purchase the Iverson estate, said the property went under contract before Iverson defaulted on the loan. The sale is expected to close in early April for a price that “was close” to the asking price of $2.85 million, Marks said.
With this recent turn of events, what happens to the pending sale? It can still go through as planned, but someone is going to be on the hook for attorneys fees, foreclosure costs and default interest, according to Denver real estate attorney Alan D. Sweetbaum — and that someone likely will be Iverson.
“I’m surprised that Iverson did that, but the sale can still occur,” Sweetbaum said. “It’s unusual, and (Iverson) will (likely) end up throwing away $10,000 on attorneys fees alone. He could pay or the buyer could pay the amount that hasn’t been paid to reinstate the loan.”
Meanwhile, Iverson reportedly is convalescing in the United States due to a calcium deposit in his right leg. Iverson was playing with Besiktas of the Turkish League after failing to receive an offer from a National Basketball Association team.