Chris Paul’s Mother & Wife Were Assaulted By A Dallas Mavericks Fan During Game Four

While Mother’s Day should be a joyous occasion, it was anything but that for NBA baller Chris Paul and his family. According to an ESPN source, during Game Four of the Western Conference semifinals against the Dallas Mavericks, Chris Paul’s wife Jada and his mother were harassed and assaulted by a Mavericks fan.

The source said a fan pushed Jada, and Chris’ mother, Robin McMenamin, who they also physically attacked.

In addition, Jada was followed up the aisle when she left her seat. To make matters worse, she and Chris’ children reportedly witnessed the harassment, which left his family feeling “very unsafe.”

The Phoenix Sun’s point guard was very upset with the incident and attempted to defend his mother and wife Jada, whom he married in 2011. As the young fan was escorted out of the arena, Chris tried to get close to him and yelled, “I’ll see you later.”

Chris Paul Speaks After Fan Assaulted, Harassed His Family
Chris didn’t stop there. He also indirectly addressed the situation on Twitter, writing,

“Wanna fine players for saying stuff to the fans, but the fans can put their hands on our families….f**k that!!”


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The Mavericks Organization Addresses Fans Assaulting Chris Paul’s Family
Shortly after the incident, many people commended the fan for his actions, including the Mavericks organization. The Mavericks released a statement affirming that the fan’s behavior was unacceptable.

“It was unacceptable behavior and will not be tolerated. The Mavericks, along with American Airlines Center, swiftly removed the fan from today’s game.”

Rapper BRS Kash stepped into The Shade Room and commented on the assault, saying,

“I Woulda Had To Take That Fine Cuz Buddy Gone Be Nowhere To Be Found Later!”

At this time, it’s unclear if Chris will be pressing charges against the fan. Roommates, we’ll keep you posted on any new developments!

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