Shaquille O’Neal’s legal troubles are continuing with a shocking new lawsuit that RadarOnline.com and Star Magazine have exclusively uncovered in a joint investigation.
In the filing the famed baller is accused of planting a tracking device on his wife’s car, using the services of police officers and state attorneys to help him threaten and plant false evidence on a business associate, and even trying to cover-up multiple affairs, including one with a Newsweek reporter.
Shawn Darling, who originally filed a lawsuit against O’Neal in 2010, has filed an amended complaint alleging that O’Neal inflicted “emotional distress and invasion of privacy” against him. Darling became friends with the basketball star in 2007 and claims the friendship continued until 2009.
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