It has been revealed that Ime Udoka cheated on Nia Long with Kathleen Lynch, a mother of three, wife, and staunch Mormon. Well, her husband has been identified as Taylor Lynch. I can imagine how he’s feeling right now in the wake and heat of the cheating scandal.
Meaww got the details;
Taylor Lynch, the consultant who worked with the Boston Celtics and is Ime Udoka’s mistress Kathleen Nimmo Lynch’s husband, is the subject of numerous reports at the moment.
Lynch, Kathleen’s husband, previously worked for the Boston Celtics. The couple both joined NBA teams at the same time, but Lynch didn’t stay with the Celtics for very long, as per eFocus. He has been employed as a consultant associate at the prestigious asset management firm Mercer for the past five years. His Facebook bio says he is a former Analyst at Whipstitch Capital and studied Exercise physiology at BYU-Idaho. Also, according to Lynch’s linkedin page, he worked for the Nutrition & Athletic Performance Program at Boston Celtics between August 2014 to October 2014 which is three months, and married Kathleen in the same year, 2014, as per their Facebook profile. The pair has three children.
The relationship between the couple appeared to be flawless and lovely. Their social media accounts portray them as a happy family. However, in light of the news, it appears that their perfect relationship may take a bad turn.
Kathleen, the team service manager is mostly responsible for arranging travel, lodging, and game tickets for Celtics family members. The relationship was reportedly short-lived and consensual. The 34-year-old team service manager who was born and brought up in a Mormon family seems to have long-lasting ties with Danny Ainge, who was the team’s executive director of basketball operations and is currently associated with Utah Jazz. He helped her to land this job.
The team had initiated an investigation against the relationship between Kathleen and Udoka earlier. Though Ainge came to know about this move by the team he did not intervene in the investigation or the team’s decision to suspend the coach, as per The Daily Mail report.
Meanwhile, sources told the publication, “The relationship to the Ainge family or where she went to school or her religious affiliation had nothing to do with the severity of the punishment. The good thing is that everyone regrets what happened and is taking responsibility, and humbled, and trying to fight for their families and lives back.”
Udoka issued a statement regarding his suspension, stating, “I want to apologize to our players, fans, the entire Celtics organization, and my family for letting them down, I am sorry for putting the team in this difficult situation, and I accept the team’s decision. Out of respect for everyone involved, I will have no further comment.”
I feel bad for the guy, honestly, he didn’t ask for any of this, and now he is right in the middle of it.
I wonder if he will decide to say marry or if this will cause a divorce.
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