Ray Allen Accuser Believes The Ex-NBA Star Wants Him Dead After Exposing Their Gay Relationship

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Last week, a bombshell was dropped when former NBA all-star Ray Allen was not only exposed for cheating on his wife, but he was also said to have been ‘catfished’ by another man.

The man at the center of all this claims that the two of them had a 3-year relationship, but he eventually had to get a restraining order because Allen was now stalking him.

TMZ has now obtained documents that show the man believes the former NBA star is out to kill him now.

“Bryant K. Coleman filed the petition for a temporary restraining order against Allen on Nov. 6 — a petition that was granted by a Florida judge.

In the docs, Coleman claims Allen called him on the phone on Sept. 9 — after their alleged 3-year relationship had ended — and said he wanted to “ensure that I went away and never opened my mouth again.”

“He said he wanted me to get what I deserved.”

Coleman says Allen has “repeatedly spied on me by sending his associates to follow me in my community.” One incident allegedly took place in a Publix market on Oct. 10 where Coleman says a man approached him and told him to “watch your back.”

Coleman also claims he received a phone call from someone threatening to strangle him — and he believes the caller was Ray Allen.

In the docs, Coleman says Allen was recently seen in public with 2 armed men and believes the ex-NBA star may be planning a “more direct attack.”

Allen’s lawyers claim that Coleman is the stalker here and their client is exploring every legal option to “stop him from continuing to harass and threaten him, his family and friends.”

“As with everything else related to Briant or Bryant Coleman, his petition for a restraining order was filled with lies, falsehoods and fantasies.”

“He is a seriously deranged individual who Ray Allen has never met, never spoken with directly or threatened in any way. Coleman is the stalker here who is obsessed with Ray.”

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