Paul George has not had a good summer and his life doesn't seem like it is going to get any better this fall.
The Indiana Pacers star baller suffered a terrible leg break earlier this summer while playing an exhibition game with Team USA.
The injury shocked fans across the globe who shared their sympathy for the stricken player, but on the issues at the moment, Paul George is receiving severe criticism.
In June this year, it was revealed that a stripper Paul George managed to impregnate was suing him. And now the judge that is currently overseeing the case came out this week and slammed the Pacers' star.
The judge explained that George's lack of care regarding his young son is terrible, labelling him a deadbeat dad.
"He has gone to every length imaginable to avoid taking responsibility for his actions," the judge told the New York Post.
George is yet to respond to the insults fired at him from the judge, with this latest criticism not the only matter that George has found himself under fire for in the last few weeks.
Terrible Rice remarks
One of the hottest topics in the NFL right now is the Ray Rice saga.
The former Baltimore Ravens running back was released by the Ravens and suspended by NFL this month after his domestic violence video went viral.
In the video published by TMZ, Rice knocked out his then fiance, now wife, in a casino elevator lift.
In the wake of the controversy, Paul George made some rather outrageous and insensitive comments on Twitter that forced him and the Pacers to issue an apology later that day.
George believed that because Janay Rice wasn't 'trippin' we shouldn't be. His aim was to try and get people to focus more on the shooting tragedy in Ferguson, Missouri, but instead, his comments came across like he was trying to sweep the saga under the carpet.
All has been forgiven now for the comments he made, but it is certain that stories about his son and the mother of his child will continue.
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