Tweet of the Night: J.J. Redick addresses rumors of his alleged abortion contract

MIL_Redick_JJJ.J. Redick, the newest sharp shooter for the Los Angeles Clippers, has never been one to cause news-worthy drama or problems off the court.

That reputation took an interesting turn on Tuesday when the site shared a copy of an apparent “abortion contract” between Redick and his former girlfriend Vanessa Lopez. Here are some of the details of this wild contract, from Lana Bandoim of Examiner:

Both J.J. Redick and Vanessa Lopez signed the contract created by their lawyers. Although the contract dates back to 2007, it has only recently become public. The document asked Lopez to provide evidence she terminated her pregnancy. It also forced Redick to give the model a 30-day notice before ending the relationship. Furthermore, the contract had a special section that indicated it could not be used to prove J.J. was the father of the child she was expecting.  

Redick decided to break his silence and address this image-ruining story:


Given Redick’s lack of history with such questionable situations and Lopez’s history of being known as a troublemaker with a number of NBA players (here, here and here), my vote of confidence goes with what Mr. Redick is saying about this whole ordeal. His only mistake may have been putting himself in a relationship with a woman who appears to look for encounters and troubles with successful athletes.

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James Park is the chief blogger of Sheridan Hoops. You can find him on twitter @SheridanBlog


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