Leicester Bryce Stovell
July 8, 2010 by Post Team
Leicester Bryce Stovell, 55, says that James and his mother, Gloria, altered the results of DNA tests that would have shown that he was the father of Baller, according to documents uncovered by TMZ.com.
Stovell is seeking $ 4 million in both Santiago and his mother for fraud, defamation and misrepresentation.
In the documents, Stovell says he and Gloria had sex “consensual sex” in 1984 after a meeting in Washington, DC bar. He says he later learned that Gloria was only 15 years old at the time. He was 29.
Gloria claims Stovell returned to his hometown in Ohio after his one-night stand, but returned several months later to tell him she was pregnant.
A self-proclaimed High School star athlete, Stovell says Gloria said, “Well, if it is mine, make sure he plays basketball.”
Over 20 years later, he called Stovell says Gloria in 2007 after noticing similarites physicial between him and the NBA superstar.
“[I noticed] by our similarity in appearance …” Says in the documentation. “James and I are close, if not identical height and pigmentation and athletic types have very similar body.”
Stovell said that during the phone call, Gloria denied ever meeting him, have threatened physical harm and said: “LeBron is money for their children.”
However, several days after the phone call, the star of the NBA agreed to take a DNA paternity test.
While admitting the results showed that Stovell was not the father of James, says Gloria and James handled the test.
James says consented to fraud “due to anger at the neglect and the perception of conflicts arising from its image as an orphaned child of successful projects.”
Stovell also states that James named his second son “Bryce” Stovell‘s middle name.
James has not commented on allegations of Stovell.
The Baller is expected to announce on Thursday that the team has chosen to participate as a free agent. His contract is expected to exceed $ 100 million.
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