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Chris Bosh, Freida Bosh ensnared in lawsuit

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The former Heat player is trying to evict his mother from his house.

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Today is Mother’s Day. But Chris Bosh’s mother, Freida Bosh, is suing her son and the former Miami Heat player for trying to evict her from a Texas house.

A Bosh family home in DeSoto, Texas currently belongs to Chris after Freida and Noel Bosh, the two-time NBA champion’s parents, divorced. Freida is seeking unspecified damages and asking the court to avoid the deed transfer that handed the home to the 11-time All-Star.

Freida said that Chris promised her that she could remain in the home for the rest of her life, but Chris’ lawyer contacted her last year informing her that she did not own the home. The former NBA player denies the allegations and is trying to get the case dismissed.

In December 2017, Freida Bosh was arrested on charges of exploiting a person with disabilities. Police claimed that Freida ordered this person with disabilities to pay rent for her using a large portion of his disability check and ordered him to assist with drug trafficking out of the house.