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LeBron James gets sued for $4 million by alleged father!

While LeBron officially made his “decision” on live T.V., his mother is possibly regretting a “decision” that she made 25 years ago.

News broke out roughly a week ago regarding to a possible DNA Cover-Up scandal in which a man named Leicester Bryce Stovell attempted to prove that he was the father of “all-hail-mighty” LeBron James. (Great timing!)

Stovell is accusing LeBron James and his Mama of tampering with the DNA evidence and is now seeking $4 million bones from the James family, claiming fraud, defamation, and misrepresentation.

Stovell reportedly met Mama “Gloria” James all the way back in 1984 at a bar in the Washington, D.C. area.

That night Stovell and Mama, who was just 16 years of age at the time, supposedly had unprotected sex. (Rumors have also swarmed around the NBA about Gloria having sexual relations with LeBron’s former teammate, Delonte West (a.k.a Mr. Leprechaun with herpes on his lip.)

Mama moved back to Ohio after the “one night stand” and months later returned to D.C. to inform Stovell that she was in fact pregnant.

Stovell says he vividly remembers telling her “Well if he’s mine, make sure he plays basketball.” HA!

Stovell claimed in 2007 that he attempted to get in touch with Gloria in which Ms. James stated over the phone that she didn’t know who he was, threatening to have him “physically harmed.”

Days after the phone call was made, LeBron James reportedly agreed to a DNA paternity test.

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