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Kyrie Irving Files Police Report Against Jessica Jackson aka Twodel Miss Hawaii

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, July 3rd, 2011
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Once again I am not going to rehash the entire story.  Read these 4 articles in order to get caught up.

Duke’s Kyrie Irving Accused Of Harassment By Model Miss Hawaii..See The Texts

Miss Hawaii: Duke’s Kyrie Irving’s Stalker or Victim? Is She a Prostitute?

Video: Miss Hawaii Threatens To Sue & Physically Harm Kyrie Irving

Jessica Jackon aka Miss Hawaii Gets Restraining Order Against Kyrie Irving?

And then watch the video (Language NSFW)

The restraining order was real and Irving did appear in court with Miss Hawaii on June 28th.  But it wasn’t Miss Hawaii who filed the report as she said, it was Irving and his attorneys.

The Cleveland Cavaliers number one draft pick, Kyrie Irving filed a police report saying he was being threatened by a woman he met through Twitter.

According to the West Orange Police report, Irving says he met Jackson once in person in front of the Ritz Carlton in Charleston, North Carolina for two minutes. The two had a short conversation and then went their separate ways.

Irving says Jackson then posted some videos on YouTube blasting him and allegedly threatened to stab him via his Twitter account.

Irving’s attorney also filed a harassment complaint and there was a hearing in West Orange Municipal Court on June 28th for a restraining order against Jackson.

Both Irving and Jackson appeared in court on June 28th, and the judge ordered Jackson not to contact Irving again.

After the Judge told Miss Hawaii not to contact Irving, she did and Irving in turn contacted the police.  Miss Jackson needs to understand there are thousands of ballers she can go after and leave Irving alone before she ends up in jail.

A lot of people think Twitter, Facebook and other social media spaces are “harmless”. I am here to tell you that these sites are serious business.

You have to always “keep your vest on”. Marriages are being broken up, people are getting robbed, goons are being sent out (TAKE THE FADE!!!), online beef if spilling into the streets and people are getting killed.

It isn’t worth, when Steve McNair was murdered under unusual circumstances a lot of people thought it would slow down athletes dealings with certain type of women, but two years later those activities have increased.

Kyrie Irving situation should be a lesson to all men, be very very careful before you hit that follow button and send that DM.

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