NBA star turned out to be a casino cheater
Charles Oakley, a former NBA player, was detained in a Las Vegas Cosmopolitan casino. Law enforcement officers documented the fraud committed by the former player of the New York Knicks and the Chicago Bulls.
To avoid losing, Oakley made an attempt to change his $100 bet after the result of the game.
For violation of the rules, the famous 54-year-old basketball player can face not only a fine of $ 1000, but imprisonment for a period from 1 year to 6 years.
Oakley played 1282 games in the championships. The sportsman performed in the NBA for 19 seasons. In 1994, the basketball player became a member of the NBA All-Star Game. During his career Charles Oakley earned a total of 12,417 points.
Thats not the first arrest of Charles Oakley. On February 8 of 2017, Oakley was involved in an altercation at Madison Square Garden during the game of Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers. According to the Knicks, Oakley was ejected from the arena after he is alleged to have yelled at James L. Dolan, the Executive Chairman of Madison Square Garden and MSG Networks, and refused to stop, an allegation he denies. Oakley was charged with three counts of misdemeanor assault and criminal trespassing.
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