The NBA commissioner is responding to new allegations of sexual misconduct against yet another employee with the Dallas Mavericks.
The sexual harassment allegations are against the team’s photographer who reportedly had a close relationship with owner Mark Cuban. The claims were known by investigators looking into the front office scandal in recent months but were handled separately from that investigation.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver spoke about the newly reported allegations before the Mav’s preseason game in Shanghai.
“My concern level is always extraordinarily high when you’re hearing stories about any inappropriate conduct,” he said.
Longtime team photographer, Danny Bollinger, is the latest Dallas Mavericks employee to be accused of sexual misconduct.
Surprised that the seven-month independent investigation did not include allegations against Bollinger, three former female employees and another woman who volunteered for the team spoke with the Dallas Morning News on the condition of anonymity.
SOURCE: Fox 4 News