NBA Bad Boy Allen Iverson Loses Legal Battle With His Divorce Lawyers, Forced To Cough Up $65,000

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Feb. 19 2014, Published 7:24 a.m. ET

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NBA's infamous bad boy Allen Iverson lost a legal battle with his former attorneys after he refused to pay for their help on his nasty divorce filing, is exclusively reporting.

Tawanna Iverson, Allen's ex-wife, filed for divorce back in June 2011 and the nasty divorce wasn't settled until over a year later in Jan. 2013 — during at which time the judge who finalized the split shed the guard in a less than favorable light.

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"Iverson does not know how to manage the children; has little interest in learning to manage the children and has actually, at times, been a hindrance to their spiritual and emotional growth and development. For example, he has refused to attend to an obvious and serious alcohol problem, which has caused him to do inappropriate things in the presence of the children while impaired," the judge wrote in the divorce decree.

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"He has left the children alone without supervision. He has left his young daughters in a hotel room with men who are unknown to the mother."

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Iverson allegedly refused to pay the firm over $60,000 for their services — so the firm sued him in a Georgia court and won against the baller on Oct. 30, 2013 to the tune of $64,892.61, which is the principal amount plus interest.

But Iverson hasn't paid up yet, so the firm filed a lien against him on Nov. 7.

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