Allen Iverson is rejecting the accusation made by his ex-wife Tawanna Iverson who is claiming her former husband abducted their 5 children and kept them captive in the Sheraton Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
Tawanna filed the allegation on Monday with the court. Later that same day at the hotel Allen was ambushed by Atlanta TV reporter Jeff Hullinger as he was heading to his Maybach luxury car with his kids.
“They say I stole my kids? That’s what they say?” A.I. told Jeff Hullinger, who offered to show him the court papers. “…If that’s what you believe and people think I’m crazy enough to do, then so be it.”
TMZ reported that Allen actually did return the kids. As a matter of fact, the former Philly 76er was present at court last week to tell the judge that Tawanna could willingly see the children in the hotel room. Her excuse was that the drive was to long for her to visit them. It was a 45 minute drive to the hotel.
As it was previously reported, Tawanna told the court she agreed for Allen to take the kids on a short vacation to North Carolina from May 22nd to May 26th. By June 4th they were suppose to meet up so she could take the kids but that never happened according to her. Tawanna demanded he be punish with jail time for his actions.
The court denied Tawanna's wishes to have A.I. locked up, but the former baller still thinks he always gets the bad end of the stick.
“I ain’t never treated fairly," he told Hullinger. "Don’t expect to be.”
See full interview below.