Yesterday, news broke that Scottie Pippen has filed for divorce from his wife of 19 years, Larsa, and today, it’s reported that their marriage did not end well.
According to TMZ, police were called to the former NBA player’s home twice in the past three weeks for domestic disturbances.
On October 2nd, the Ft. Lauderdale PD responded to the Pippens’ home, to find Larsa waiting in her car out front. She told police she was involved in a “heated verbal argument” with Scottie, but insisted things never got physical between them.
Scottie told police that Larsa could come back inside and there would be no issues, and also offered to leave if it made her feel more comfortable, however, she decided to leave and stay somewhere else that night. No arrests were made.
In the next incident – which took place on October 4th – police were called to the home for another domestic disturbance. The details of that date are unclear at this point — but, the site says it appears no one was arrested that time either.
Additionally, more reports surfaced today of Future possibly being the reason behind Scottie filing for divorce.
Sources on both Scottie and Larsa’s side tell us … she’s been jumping on Future’s private jet, traveling with him to various cities, including Vegas last month. Sources from both sides also say Larsa and Future were very “cozy” recently at Komodo nightclub in Miami.
We’ve learned they met in August at the Haute Living Color Reveal Party in Miami, and have been seen at various places ever since.
Our Larsa sources describe whatever’s going on between Larsa and Future as “casual.” They also say whatever is going on … it started after Scottie was openly flirting with an actress last Summer, and she felt disrespected. Thus, revenge.
The site is told both Larsa and Scottie agreed to a divorce several weeks ago, but then backed out of it. Florida court records show that Scottie filed for divorce from the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star this past Tuesday, and, according to reports, she was notified of the filing on Thursday.
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