Newly acquired Los Angeles Clippers shooting guard J. Redick reportedly entered into an "abortion contract" with his now ex-girlfriend, Vanessa Lopez, in which he offered to maintain a dating relationship with her for a year or pay her ,000 in exchange for the abortion of a pregnancy she claimed was his.
The 2007 agreement, which was published in a report on mediatakeout.com, highlighted that the former couple had ended a previous relationship they shared when Lopez, an alleged mistress of retired NBA star Shaquille O'Neal, claimed she was pregnant and Redick was the father.
In that case, Lopez alleged O'Neal harassed and cyberstalked her after she ended her five-year affair with O'Neal.
A judge dismissed that case in May, court records show.
The written agreement was allegedly drawn up by the pair's lawyers in 2007, when Redick was still a rookie, and signed by the basketball player and his recent ex-girlfriend, model Vanessa Lopez, who was claiming to be pregnant with his child.
Mc Dowell had to be taken to the medical center on a stretcher.He acted as the third guard in the Bucks backcourt behind Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings.Redick averaged 12.3 points and struggled to 31.8 percent three-point shooting, well under his career average, in his 28 games with the Milwaukee Bucks.Drivers who are not a Charter team, an Open Team, and must get in via speed: #21-Blaney, #30-Wise, #55-Sorenson, #93-Ellis, #98-Whitt Drivers who would miss the race if qualifying is canceled (least race attempts, then owners pts): #93-Ellis*.* Open Team (no Charter) See the full entry list on Jayski.com's Texas Entry List Drivers treated after Martinsville race: Following the Goody's Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway, Sprint Cup drivers #95-Michael Mc Dowell, #47-AJ Allmendinger and #46-Michael Annett were treated in the infield care center for various ailments.