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There’s no point in being rich or being the mother of someone rich and famous … if you can’t use it as leverage to get your butt out of trouble.

But then there’s abusing the power and overdoing it over and over, so to speak.

Such is the case, says Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra, regarding Miami Heat superstar LeBron James’ mom, Gloria James, who’s getting the VIP treatment from South Florida law enforcement authorities.

Attorney Robert Stok wrote a bitter letter to Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle‘s office listing instances in which Gloria James hasn’t been getting the same treatment as regular James.

Stok represents Rock Feller Sorel, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach valet who was allegedly slapped by a drunk Gloria James last year in an argument over the speed of Sorel’s service.

Sorel is suing for damages, but what ticks off Stok is what he claims is the kid-glove treatment.

For example, 44-year-old Gloria, Stok says, should have rotted in the slammer for a while after she was arrested and charged with battery and disorderly intoxication.

Instead, she was released to a Miami Heat executive after being issued a court appearance ticket.

“Enough is enough,” Stok wrote. He declined to comment on the letter exclusively obtained by Gossip Extra.

Here’s an excerpt of Stok’s missive:

Since Ms. James’ arrest on April 7, 2011 she has abused her quasi-celebrity status and flouted the justice system.

At the time she was arrested, she refused to cooperate with the arresting police officers.

Despite the fact that she was arrested for disorderly intoxication, an arrest typically requiring overnight incarceration, she was released from the booking station almost immediately to a Miami Heat executive.

She was offered her initial pre-trial diversion program without your office having consulted with our client first and ultimately the offer was made against his wishes.

In the civil case, she missed two court ordered mediations and was sanctioned by the trial court for her continuing misconduct.”

Stok also takes a swipe at the pre-trial diversion program offered by the State Attorney’s office to Gloria James earlier this year in which she completed community service instead of jail in the valet-slapping incident.

Stok writes the woman has “a long history of criminal arrests in her home state of Ohio” and should not have been allowed in pre-trial intervention.

When asked in an email if the State Attorney’s office is being overprotective of Gloria James, Spokesman Ed Griffith simply said: “No!”

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13 thoughts on “LeBron James’ Mom, Gloria James’ Stank Attitude, is Wearing Thin

  1. So she had to leave Cleveland TOO?? The PIMPIN QUEEN, has to keep her pot of gold close by…It’s hard to tell your own MOM!! I’ll deposit the check into your account….now stay in Cleveland or move to L.A……DAMN SHE WORST THAN MOMMA DEE!! LEACHING OFF THEIR CHILD…HAS SHE EVER WORKED A REAL JOB?? MCDONALDS, BURGER KING, WENDY’S…ANYWHERE??

  2. Everyone mentioned should be in jail. It is not that she is right, they are just all wrong. Justice only works if it is consistently enforced.

  3. Yolanda Penn on said:

    He’s talking about one black women getting special treatment when all Lindsey Lohan, Charlie Sheen and more whites have been getting special treatment forever…..please

  4. africanwarrior on said:

    Why all this negative stuff about Le Bron’s Mom?
    Is it any of our business?
    Guys leave it alone , please introduce more positive role models

  5. When TMZ gets a hold of a story like this, one won’t have to worry whether it’s their business or not. Gloria James’s business will be as the elders used to say “in the street”. I wonder can LaBron strut around since his mother has brought notoriety to the family name.

  6. MISSDEE on said:

    If somebody slap the shit out of you, you can handle it yourself or call the cops! but really who sues someone that a slap! it’s ridiculous!

  7. veronicaj on said:

    I read the comments of several and I disagree with a few of them. It is not our business, but when a person is harmed, it becomes everybody’s business famous or not. This is how small incidents become big and we don’ catch on until it is huge. The mom has abused her power because who her son is, however it does not give her the right to mistreat people (no matter what the status is). I understand why the executive assited which is to ease the mind of Lebron, but his mother still need to answer for her actions. As far as suing a famous person or non-famous it does not matter. You put your hands on me I am suing don’t care what your status is in society. We are all taught to keep your hands to yourself. It would appear that some people think when money plays a role they have the right to abuse their power which is what Lebron’s mom did.

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