Ex-Lakers manager Luke Walton indicted of passionate assault
Ex-Lakers manager Luke Walton indicted of passionate attack by former SportsNet horde Kelli Tennant.
Sacramento Kings manager Luke Walton reportedly pronounced his meet-up with a former broadcaster was “platonic” and zero passionate occurred.
Walton certified he and former Spectrum SportsNet horde Kelli Tennant met during a Santa Monica, Calif., hotel room though he claims a assembly didn’t go down a approach she said, TMZ Sports reported Friday, citing justice documents.
LUKE WALTON, THE EX-LAKERS COACH, ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT BY FORMER SPORTSNET HOST: REPORT
Tennant purported that a manager assaulted her inside a Casa Del Mar in Santa Monica while he was an partner manager for a Golden State Warriors, a Los Angeles Times reported. Walton was a manager there until he was hired by a Los Angeles Lakers in 2016.
The lawsuit alleges that Walton pinned Tennant to a bed in his hotel room and “began forcing kisses on her neck, face and chest,” a Los Angeles Times reported.
The fit also alleges that she screamed for him to stop though he hold her down and groped her, according to TMZ Sports. She claimed that when she left a room, he said, “Good to see you.”
Walton claims that Tennant never complained to him or anyone else about their meeting, including police, and pronounced she was a one that instituted a meeting, according to TMZ Sports.
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The Kings and a NBA are questioning a allegations. Walton and a Lakers concluded to partial ways during a finish of a 2018-19 season.