Former Boston Celtics reserve wing Terrence Williams has reportedly plaid guilty to defrauding the NBA according to a recent article by Reuters’ Jonathan Stempel. Williams, who played for the Celtics for 24 games in the 2012-13 season, offered a guilty plea for conspiracy and identity theft in a New York City trial accusing the Louisville product of being the ringleader of wide-ranging scam allegedly involving a number of other Celtics alumni.
The criminal venture was created to defraud an NBA health plan to have it pay millions for medical procedures that never happened to participating doctors sharing kickbacks to the players who have been accused of taking part in the scam.
Williams also agreed to pay back $ 2.5 million in restitution to the league plan and forfeit $ 653,673 to the court as part of his plea.
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The case focused on several Celtics players such as Tony Allen and Glen Davis as well.
Such examples allegedly saw Davis and Allen “receiving crowns on the same six teeth on the same day, and Davis receiving crowns on eight teeth in Beverly Hills although he was in Nevada.”
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