It’s a problem when someone taken money from you, but when the number hits over a million, it’s a big issue. According to reports, Lakers’ Lonzo Ball has reportedly ended the relationship with Big Baller apparel co-founder Alan Foster after over a million dollars has gone missing from his personal and business accounts. Ball told ESPN that Foster “used his access to my business and personal finances to enrich himself. As a result, I have decided to sever all ties with Alan, effective immediately.”
Foster and Ball have known each other since the latter was in the seventh grade. Foster has previously served seven years in prison for mail fraud and money laundering.
Ball’s personal manager has since stated, “Alan Foster was more than a trusted adviser. He was a mentor, a father figure and someone Lonzo and I respected, loved and listened to. … I’m proud of Lonzo for waking up and taking back his power. Together, we will fight for justice.”
Neither Foster or the Lakers have issued a statement on the situation.