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Aug
09

Where the Married Women At?


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It’s not certain who hired a plane to fly around several southern California beaches trailing a sign reading “Reggie Miller Stop Pursuing Married Women,” but whomever it was has a great sense of humor. The expensive stunt likely was done by Alex Von Furstenberg (son of fashion designer Diane) who had a restraining order written up, but never filed, against the former Indiana Pacers star.

Reportedly, Miller met Ali Kay, Von Furstenberg’s fiancee, at a party last July, in March of this year he bumped into her in a grocery store and then waited an hour outside the store until she came out. I always thought that was CHARMING, not stalking…He then sent her 53 text messages over the period of 4 hours. In addition, Reggie stopped by the surf store that Von Furstenberg owns and, according to AVF, “‘[Miller] said he had friends with guns. He implied I would get hurt if I didn’t stop questioning him on his inappropriate pursuit of my fiancee and his attempts to subvert his efforts.”

In a later statement issued by Von Furstenberg and his attorney, Alex said, “I was very upset about Reggie’s behavior towards my fiancée. I think people in Malibu share my views that being a famous basketball player should not provide some sort of shield against inappropriate behaviour. Reggie sincerely apologized to me on a phone call with Ronald Richards, his attorney, and myself. I cannot comment further on the matter as I believe it has been resolved.”

So, perhaps it wasn’t AVF and instead was another (attempted) cuckold husband? Look out ladies of Malibu, Reggie’s on the prowl!

At least Reggie has really good taste, as evidenced by this photo of AVF and his fiancee Ali Kay. Yowzers!

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