James Harden’s Alleged Goons Charged In Moses Malone Jr. Strip Club Attack
It was reported in late June that the son of the late former NBA legend Moses Malone, Moses Malone Jr., was robbed at gunpoint outside of popular Houston strip club V Live for more than $50k worth of jewelry. According to Moses Malone Jr, the attack was in retaliation for something he had posted on social media towards Houston Rockets superstar James Harden.
Malone Jr. posted on Facebook about how Harden’s basketball camp was unaffordable for inner-city kids, and he believes Harden sent his goons to assault him and steal his jewelry as payback.
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“TMZ Sports has learned … the D.A. has charged 4 men for the June 25th incident — in which Moses Malone Jr. says he was pulling up to V Live when he was rushed by a group of guys who threatened him over the Facebook post. Malone claims he was beaten down, someone snatched his $50k chain and at least one person in the group flashed a 9mm handgun.
Malone told cops one of the alleged assailants, Darian Blount, is a bouncer at V Live … and Harden is a “prominent customer at the location.”
According to Moses Malone Jr., he told cops one of those said to him as they were beating & robbing him: “he had disrespected James Harden and that he need to be punished after that.”. James Harden has not been charged with any crime.