Says Shaq May Have Had
Sex With Animals
Lakers star Kobe Bryant also tattles on
other NBA stars and their "freakazoid" tastes.
Special to The LaLa Times
by Brad Schreiber
EL SEGUNDO, Ca. — Los Angeles Laker basketball star Kobe Bryant
has claimed that former Laker center Shaquille O’Neill once
told him that the big man had carnal knowledge with a marmoset,
a pair of wombats and a walrus.
Bryant had told detectives off the record in the recently dismissed
criminal rape case in Eagle County, Colorado that O’Neill
paid up to one million dollars as hush money regarding extramarital
Now, the "high-scoring" guard contends O’Neill,
traded to the Miami Heat, confided in him that he had a weak spot
for certain marsupials and aquatic creatures.
"Hey, Shaq is a big guy and he has big needs," Bryant
Lakers Houston Rocket Tracy McGrady, who led the league last year
with a 28.0 point-per-game average and is known as one of the league’s
more polite, soft-spoken players, has also been cited as having
Bryant insists McGrady once told him that he enjoyed covering himself
with crunchy peanut butter and grape jelly and having three or four
hotel maids "clean the plate," as he supposedly referred
Perry Rogers, O’Neill’s agent, puffed up like he had
the measles when asked for his opinion. "I-I-It’s like,
just..." and was unable to form a coherent sentence for some
moments. Eventually, he stated, "Kobe has gone too far. He’s
broken the unspoken law in this league. You never talk about other
players and their bizarre, uh, their personal lives."
The identity of the 20-year-old woman who accused Bryant of raping
her in a Vail resort will be revealed in the civil suit. Bryant
was counting on the friendly testimony of other NBA players. But
in light of his verbal attacks, which include the assertion that
towering, seven foot, six inch Houston center Yao Ming likes to
dress up in a nun’s habit and have his bare buttocks spanked
with a tennis racket by a middle-aged female UPS driver, the Laker
superstar may not find many players to support him.
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