"Odell Beckham Jr., through his attorney, denies all of the allegations."
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is currently gearing up to report to training camp tomorrow with his teammates, despite rumors that he might holdout. While Beckham prepares for the upcoming season on the field, his attorneys are busy dealing with a man who is suing for an alleged assault at OBJ's home and claims that the 25-year old star tried to pay a woman for sex.
According to TMZ Sports, Ishmael Temple alleges that he was at a Beverly Hills home owned by Beckham in January, when Beckham ordered his employees to beat him up. Temple suffered major injuries according to the report, including broken teeth, and he initially sued for $15 million. TMZ reports that Beckham's camp denied any involvement in the incident, claiming he was being extorted.
On top of that lawsuit, Temple's attorney claims they have evidence that Beckham offered $1,000 to have sex with a woman, as well as "evidence of drugs of the most prohibited types readily available and consumed at his parties."
But, Temple's lawyers have filed new docs -- including an alleged email exchange with Beckham's attorneys -- and it's loaded with new bombshell allegations.
Among them, Temple's attorney claims, "We have evidence of your client offering $1k to sleep with a girl from Arizona visiting L.A. known to my client."
Temple's lawyer also says they have "evidence of drugs of the most prohibited types readily available and consumed at his parties."
According to TMZ, "Odell Beckham Jr., through his attorney, denies all of the allegations."