Indiana Pacers star Paul George is the alleged victim of an online catfish scheme, sending naked selfies to what he believed to be a woman.  Turns out it was a gay male who schemed him (and others, including Kenyon Martin and rapper Romeo) all along and is now making the scandalous photos public.

George says that photos that recently surfaced of him were not part of a catfish scheme, but a fake story intended to disparage him.

“The whole story, as far as me being “Catfished,” I know the girl that sent the pictures out,” George said after the Pacers’ shoot-around. “It wasn’t a catfish story, it was a girl. I don’t want to get into the story but I know who’s behind it.”

What do you think? Does the story sound credible? Who do you believe, Paul or the ‘catfish’?

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(Photo Source: Paul George’s Instagram)

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3 thoughts on “NBA Star Gets ‘Catfished’, Sends Nude Photos To A Man

  1. That’s what he gets. When are people going to stop this foolishness of sending nasty, butt ass naked pictures of themselves into the stratosphere? Where the hell do they think they’re going to wind up? Especially if a celebrity does it. Hell it was a dumb thing to do when people used to send Polaroids of their naked asses. Now if you send it electronically, it not only winds up in the hands of whomever you send to, but it also winds up the hands of the whole damned universe. When you’re moronic enough to send photos only you, your spouse or your doctor should see, you deserve whatever the world’s perverts throw at your stupid ass. Geeze! People just never seem to learn!

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