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18 former NBA players charged in alleged $4 million health insurance fraud


Glen Davis, #0 from the Los Angeles Clippers will face the Houston Rockets at Game Two of Western Conference Semifinals during 2015 NBA Playoffs. It took place on May 6, 2015 at Houston’s Toyota Center.

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Former NBA players (18 including Ronald Glen Davis of the Celtics) have been charged with fraud and defrauding NBA’s Health and Welfare Benefit Plan. They were also accused of stealing $4 million.

Indictment in Federal Court in Southern District of New York charges the players with submitting false reimbursement requests for services not rendered. This was from 2017 through 2020.

They were charged with receiving $2.5 million of fraudulent proceeds.

Davis, Terrence Wilkins, Anthony Allen and Desiree Allen were all charged. Also, William Bynum was, Ronald Glen Davis, Christopher Douglas-Roberts, Shannon Brown, Shannon Brown, Shannon Brown, William Bynum, Terrence William, Anthony Allen, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence William, Terrence Allen and Terrence Allen were all

Some others include Melvin Ely (Jamario Moon), Darius Miles and Milton Palacio. Ruben Patterson, Eddie Robinson. Gregory Smith. Sebastian Telfair. Charles Watson Jr.. Antoine Wright.

The NBA didn’t immediately respond to our request for comment. The spokesperson for Southern District of New York didn’t immediately respond to our request for comment.

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