Iggy Azalea's fiancé Nick Young was accused of sexual harassment when he reportedly made "vulgar, sexual gestures" towards a woman and her mother. Following the shocking claim, RadarOnline.com has learned if the alleged victim will press charges against the Los Angeles Lakers star.
The incident occurred while Alexis Jones and her mother were at a Hollywood intersection on March 20.
"Five minutes ago, at the intersection of Melrose and La Bre here in LA, a jeep of four boys pulled up at a red light and started yelling and making the most disgustingly vulgar gestures at my mom and me," she captioned an Instagram photo of Young and his teammate, Jason Clarkson.
"I rarely 'rant' about things but this is the f**king problem and the reason I've now dedicated my life to educating young men about respect, not just for women but for everyone. I'm angry. I'm insulted. I'm hurt. They were laughing hysterically until they realized I was filming them and immediately they panicked like the cowards they are."
Despite the accusation, the activist confirmed through her rep that she "does not plan to press charges" against the basketball stars.
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"I wanted whoever was in that photo to know the effect of actions like this on a woman when she experiences this type of verbal assault," the creator of ProtectHer, an organization that addresses domestic abuse and sexual assault in athletics, said. "I hope these guys will take me up on my invitation to have a conversation, put this issue behind us and talk about their bright futures."
While Lakers spokesman John Black revealed in a statement that there were "different interpretations" of what happened after speaking to Jones and the teammates, a rep for Young denied the claims all together.
"There's nothing to respond to," Young's rep told Radar. "And therefore we won't be issuing a comment at this time."
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