LeBron and the newly minted Mrs. James are honeymooning right now in Italy, no doubt hanging out in coastal villas, riding through the countryside on white colts, bathing in 100-year-old wines, and doing whatever else the 1 percent does when they're on a European vacation.
But as we already told you, LeBron's personal life doesn't appear to be as squeaky-clean as advertised. Some embarrassing texts to a Miami bikini model leaked last month. And now, reports are swirling around the web that a LeBron ladyfriend tried to crash the hoop legend's San Diego wedding.
This scoop comes from the fine folks at Black Sports Online. Take it away, friends:
With all that fabulousness inside there was some messiness outside. Allegedly what was described as a "Latina Groupie" tried to crash Bron Bron and Savannah's wedding. The woman, who was not named or photographed, claimed she knew Lebron and wanted to say her peace. Fortunately, the groupie couldn't make it past the armed security guards and was forcibly removed without disturbing guests inside.
Said "Latina Groupie" is allegedly Aljaree "AJ" Williams, a Columbia, South Carolina, native who reportedly has an apartment across the street from American Airlines Arena and was a regular at Heat games this year.
Funnily enough, the alleged groupie trying to say her peace wasn't the only woman trying to bust into the ceremonies. Meredith Kaloogian, a University of Arkansas grad who's trying to make it as a sports reporter, seemed to just saunter into the festivities, snap some Instagram pics, and then sneak away. Here she is with Heat Coach Erik Spoelstra:
Kaloogian's take on the nuptials was pretty sanguine considering the groupie scene at the door, according to an interview she gave to Hot Hot Hoops. "There was literally so much love and you could feel it in the air. I have a great feeling about LeBron and Savannah. I am sure it will turn out great for them."
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