Paul Pierce has been taking a whole slew of Ls lately and it doesn’t seem as though they are going to stop anytime soon. Just a month ago he claimed he was a better player than Dwyane Wade, a comment which drew a ton of jeers. He also disrespected the Milwaukee Bucks before they went on to obliterate the Boston Celtics. He also farted on Michelle Beadle and was mercilessly trolled by Bucks fans who felt they had been slighted by the former NBA player.
Now, Pierce is being sued by Christopher Mostello after an alleged altercation that transpired at the Conor Mcgregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov fight on Oct. 6, 2018. Mostello was working security at the T-Mobile Arena when he was called to take care of a situation between Pierce and a security supervisor, according to TMZ. Pierce allegedly grabbed the arm of the woman working security when she asked for his ticket. The former Celtic pushed the supervisor to the side and when Mostello intervened, he called him a racist.
Mostello explained that his reputation has been destroyed over the incident and that he is seeking $15,000 in damages and lawyer fees, with the lawsuit accusing Pierce of defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Stay tuned for updates regarding this case.