Iggy Azalea's fiancé, Nick Young has been accused by a woman who claims the NBA star and friend, Jordan Clarkson sexually harassed her and her mother at a red light.
Rapper's fiancé accused of sexual harassment
Iggy Azalea's fiancé, Nick Young has been accused by a woman who claims the NBA star and friend, Jordan Clarkson sexually harassed her and her mother at a red light on Monday, March 21.
Alexis Jones took to Twitter on Monday, March 21 saying the incident occurred on Sunday evening near the intersection of La Brea and Melrose avenues in Hollywood.
Jones said that she and her 68-year-old mother were leaving dinner Sunday night when they stopped their car at the intersection. It was then that Swaggy P and company pulled up in their jeep and as Jones says, began making "vulgar, sexual" gestures toward her mother.
"She was super rattled. That's the truth. It scared her," Jones said in an interview with Baller Alert. "We were in a small car, and they were in a big Jeep, and it was a bunch of big dudes. They're leaning out of the car and making vulgar, sexual gestures. My mom was really shocked. That immediately turned into sobbing."
"The irony is I created a program called ' out of the urgency to address sexual abuse in athletics, and I was on phone calls with the NBA as of Friday talking with them about integrating this message and this program into the NBA," Jones added.
Reports say, Lakers' spokesman John Black has since apologized to Jones on the players' behalf, saying that they are taking Jones "very seriously."
According to ESPN, Lakers offered to have Jones come in to speak with Clarkson and Young, but she was unable to. She said she requested a call with them to talk through the issue and hopefully receive an apology, but that request was declined. She has reached out to both players via social media in search of an apology but so far, nothing. But it looks like all is different now because she later tweeted:
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