NBA Player Paul George Tried To Pay Former Girlfriend to Have an Abortion, She Refused

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Feb 7, 2014   |   1:02PM   |   Washington, DC

NBA player Paul George is the latest sports star to have been found to have attempted to get his pregnant partner to have an abortion.

Reports surfaced last year that NBA player J.J. Redick and his then-pregnant ex-girlfriend, model Vanessa Lopez, had an odd legal contract that called for her to have an abortion. Reddick would then pay her to pretend to stay in a relationship.

paulgeorgeNow, according to multiple online reports, Paul George of the Pacers, attempted to get his girlfriend Daniela, a 7-month pregnant model, to have an abortion. Fortunately, she’s refused his efforts to get her to have an abortion of her baby girl:

From the report:

Another athlete bites the dust. Paul George is following Dwyane Wade’s footsteps – not collecting NBA rings and championships – but getting other women impregnated out of wedlock and perhaps out of a relationship.

Unlike Wade, George attacks the situation quite differently as the latter has attempted to pay off the woman $1 million to abort the baby.

According to multiple media outlets, including, the Indiana Pacers star forward offered to pay a certain Daniela, who is a stripper-slash-model from Miami, Florida, after learning that he got her pregnant in 2013.

Nine months later, it was apparent that Daniela has chosen life over cash after she posted a photo on Instagram with the text, “It’s a Girl!”

While there is no confirmation or denial from both parties at the moment, Daniela’s visibility in the basketball circles has confirmed that there is a bit of history between her and budding Indiana superstar.

“Daniela isn’t new to the world of ballers. She was rumored to have messed around with Lil Wayne in the past and can be found frequenting Heat games. Here’s where it gets messy. Daniela and George go back at least to over the summer of 2013 where they were spotted at a mansion party together,” the article stated.