Chris Bosh Being Sued By Pornography Company


Yes, you read that right.

Chris Bosh, two-time NBA champion and eleven-time All-Star, and his wife are reportedly being sued by representatives for the erotic video website X-Art after renting out a mansion to the company in December 2016. X-Art’s suit says they paid Bosh and his wife a combined $138,000 to cover the security deposit and first month’s rent.

The suit alleges that there was “toxic mold, leaks, plumbing issues” and even “rat droppings” found not long after X-Art’s, well, “models”moved into the house, according to TMZ. Apparently, on top of all of that, the Internet access was “horrible.”

Before filing the suit, Colette and Brigham Field – creators of the website – reached out to the Bosh’s to get their security deposit back, and the Bosh’s reportedly refused. The condition of the house was apparently so poor that the women who were inside of it needed medical attention for “sickness and rashes they suffered from the time when the mold could be seen and smelled.”

This isn’t exactly great publicity for the former NBA champ, especially considering he’s missed all of the 2016-17 seasons due to health issues after missing much of the two prior seasons while dealing with blot clots.

Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reported that Bosh and the Miami Heat organization had “ended” their relationship “in recent weeks.” Bosh last month, in an interview with Larry King on Larry King Now, said that he “missed playing.”

“At heart, I’m still an athlete,” Bosh told King, “and that (in reference to his medical setbacks) is not how I want it to end.”

Hopefully, these recent legal struggles don’t end up having any impact on his plans to return to game action.

About Brandon Wentz

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