Report: Josh Giddey’s reason for breaking up with underaged partner REVEALED

The report states that Josh Giddey broke up with her once he got to know her real age.


Report: Josh Giddey’s reason for breaking up with underaged partner REVEALED

The rumors that Josh Giddey was dating a young woman named Liv Cook have put him in the news this week. According to reports, Giddey didn’t know how old she was when the two allegedly had a one-night affair.

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More information about the aftermath of the event is now becoming available. According to the New York Post, Josh Giddey broke up with Cook because he discovered that she was underage. The report says that she told him that she was 19 when they met for the first time in a nightclub. Giddey, too, was 19 at that time. Upon discovering her real age the next day, he broke off all ties.

The situation becomes more complicated because this took place in Oklahoma where the age of consent is 16. Newport Bridge Police is still investigating the case. Before that, the NBA also stated that they were investigating.

These investigations are being conducted due to a now-deleted post by an anonymous social media user. That poster said that the girl who was seen with the NBA player was a high school junior at that time.

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This information was released after Gloria Allred, an attorney, declared that she would be defending the family of the girl Giddey is alleged to have had an inappropriate connection with. Allred is a famous advocate known for representing women in cases involving male celebrities.

Josh Giddey was booed by Houston Rockets fans during the game

Josh Giddey, the Australian NBA player who returned to the floor on Wednesday with the Oklahoma City Thunder, was the number one public enemy in Houston. When his name was announced and he entered the court, there was a chorus of boos. It continued throughout the match.

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Oklahoma City Thunder guard Josh Giddey(via. AP)

Every time Giddey touched the ball, he was met with jeers as well. However, the Melbourne native responded to the negative reaction by getting off to a fast start. He scored six points in the opening eight minutes of play to go along with two assists and a rebound.

He finished the game with eight points, four rebounds, and six assists as the Thunder lost 110-101 to the Houston Rockets. This loss and his performance have brought upon a toxic cloud above the Thunder. This is probably something they can’t easily escape from

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