The child of a NBA legend has recorded a claim against James Harden charging that the Houston Rockets star arranged an assault against him, as indicated by Fox 26 in Houston.
Moses Malone Jr., the child of previous Rockets player and Hall of Famer Moses Malone, guarantees that Harden paid $20,000 for a gathering of men to strike and ransack him on account of a Facebook post he composed condemning James Harden for charging youngsters to go to his ball camp.
Isiah Carey of Fox 26 broke news of the claim against Harden on Instagram:
Breaking: Fox 26 news has learned Houston Rockets' star player James Harden has been sued and accused of orchestrating a plan to assault and rob the son of an NBA legend… That suit was filed by Moses Malone Jr. It alleges Harden paid a group of people $20,000 in cash to attack and rob Malone at V-Live strip club last year. The lawsuit says Harden was angry because Malone wrote a Facebook post criticizing the star player for charging children for his basketball camp. Several people connected to the assault have already been charged criminally. More tonight at 10 pm on #IsiahFactorUncensored Rusty Hardin is James Harden's attorney and he sent me this statement: I am in Boston for depositions so I haven't seen the petition but I have previously discussed Mose's allegations with James and others, and I am totally comfortable that the allegations are untrue. Unfortunately, I am afraid this is just another example of people shopping for a deep pocket when they find that the people actually responsible have no money.
The occurrence being referred to happened outside of the V-Live strip club in Houston in June of 2016. Malone said he was thumped by men with firearms and burglarized of $15,000 in adornments, his cellphone, auto keys and a Visa, as indicated by the Washington Post.
Four individuals were accused in association of the assault, ABC 13 detailed.
Harden has not been accused of any wrongdoing and a delegate for the club, Carl A. Moore, said that he didn’t trust the b-ball player had any association with the assault.
“I don’t trust Mr. Solidify was at the club, and I unquestionably don’t trust he had anything to do with an assault on Mr. Malone,” Moore said.
Malone’s legal counselor said that the suspects were irate about Malone’s Facebook post scrutinizing James Harden for charging $249 per youngster at his b-ball camp.