Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Reggie Miller Banner warns 'No Married Women'

Recently a beach plane towing a banner across the skys from Malibu to South Bay in California carried an interesting message. It wasn't your typical advertisement or some clever marriage proposal, instead it was aimed at former NBA Indiana Pacers star (current TNT NBA analyst) Reggie Miller. The banner read: "Reggie Miller stop pursuing married women". Several beachgoers noticed the Reggie Miller warning banner high up in the sky as they were attending the AVP Hermosa Beach Open down below in Malibu area. Miller is also a resident of Malibu, but there's been no word if he saw the expensive sign.

Apparently the banner was purchased by Alex von Furstenberg, a Malibu resident and surf shop owner, who even took out a restraining order against Miller for pursuing his wife Ali. Miller also reportedly chatted with Ali recently, and after waiting for her to leave the local Country Mart followed her down Malibu's PCH highway pleading to see her again.

Miller claims that Ali sent him some provocative photos of herself via text message, seen here at Miller also claims he ended things with her in April, but she reconnected in May asking why he ended things. The next day he supposedly got an angry call from her husband.

According to and Hollywood Street King:

"While Miller has yet to comment on the allegations, reports say he and von Furstenberg have even had a confrontation about the situation, where Reggie threatened him, saying 'he had friends with guns.'"

HSK quotes von Furstenberg as saying: "I was very upset about Reggie's behavior towards my fiancé. I think people in Malibu share my views that being a famous basketball player should not provide some sort of shield against inappropriate behavior. Reggie sincerely apologized to me on a phone call with Ronald Richards, his attorney, and myself. I cannot comment further on the matter as I believe it has been resolved."

There's more on this story at Diary of a Hollywood Street King (HSK) including a copy of the restraining order and texts.

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