Pistons guard Avery Bradley reportedly entered a confidentiality agreement with a “reality star” who accused him of sexual assault during the NBA playoffs.
According to TMZ, the allegation stems from a May 23 incident in Cleveland when Bradley—then a Celtic—was playing against the Cavs in the Eastern Conference finals.
It’s unclear what Bradley agreed to pay the woman, but TMZ reports that negotiations got as high as $400,000.
NBA's Avery Bradley Paid Big Money to Silence Sexual Assault Accuser, Denies Allegation https://t.co/Pvzs2UWphv
— TMZ (@TMZ) December 29, 2017
Detroit Pistons player Avery Bradley entered into a confidentiality agreement with a reality star who accused him of sexual assault earlier this year — and at one point, negotiations got as high as $400k, TMZ Sports has learned.
But Bradley’s attorney tells TMZ Sports he adamantly denies all wrongdoing — and only entered into the agreement to prevent false information from being made public.