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Tawanna Iverson Says A.I. Buying Diamonds, But Not Paying Rent or Providing For Kids

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, December 10th, 2011
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You never hear too much from Tawanna Iverson, so when you do it normally isn’t good for A.I.

A.I. who is still trying to get back in the NBA is being accused by Tawanna for being salty about their divorce to the point of not putting money in their joint account and causing her to have problems providing for their kids.

I would hope that Iverson isn’t that petty, it is one thing to be salty at wifey for leaving but shouldn’t be punishing the kids in the process.  Here is what Tawanna had to say.

Tawanna just filed new docs in their bitter divorce battle — claiming ever since she filed for divorce in June, Allen stopped depositing money in their joint bank account … and then made several large cash withdrawals, including one for $20,000 … which he spent on diamond jewelry.

Tawanna claims the account was $23,000 in the red at the time she filed the court docs — and she’s been unable to pay the bills … or provide for their 5 kids.

According to Tawanna — who says she gave up her career to be a stay-at-home mom — Allen is worth over $20 million … and refuses to help her out simply out of spite.

Reports are always sketchy on how much money Iverson actually has.  If you believe some people he is broke himself, if you believe others that has been greatly exaggerated and he has plenty of money.

Either way most important thing here are the kids, so if Iverson is just mad he needs to get over it for the children sake.  If it is something where Tawanna is mad that A.I. is just providing the bare minimums and she can’t live the glamorous life anymore that is something totally different.

Hopefully the judge is fair and straightens this all out.

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