Former basketball star Sebastian Telfair appeared Monday in a court in New York about possession of weapons and drugs, but the appearance proved rather difficult for those present.
The 33-year-old former NBA player received the support of his girlfriend LaBelle Chacon at the Brooklyn Supreme Court, following an incident in June 2017 where they were packed on a Sunday morning with a suitcase full of contraband.
However, his former love interests were also there to testify against him, including his estranged wife Samantha Telfair and his former lover Caterina Scotto, 26.
Scotto showed up with an Off-White designer bag.
Mrs. Telfair, who arrived in a military-inspired ensemble that prepared her for battle, brought her own off-white bag.
The NBA star also showed its own luxury brand bag with a red backpack version.
Sebastian Telfair, 33, was in court on Monday about the cost of weapons and drug possession on Monday
She appeared before a judge with her long black hair in high braids, she wore over-the-knee Gucci heeled boots and layered her skin-tight black leggings and turtleneck ensemble with Chanel pearls.
Scotto, didn't seem that impressed and a point on the spectators.
It is no surprise that she was not in the best mood when she complained in court that she received distracting reactions from a friend of Telfair's Patricia Ciccone.
& # 39; There is a lady who keeps saying things to me and it really makes me uncomfortable, & # 39; Scotto told John Heath, Brooklyn Justice, the New York Post reports.
Former Mistress Caterina Scotto, 26, wore over-the-knee Gucci boots, an off-white bag and high braids to testify against him
Scotto complained in court that she received distracting reactions from a friend of Telfair
She admitted taking framed sweaters from the former Portland Trailblazer's warehouse and when asked by lawyer Richard Southard if she had sold anything, she snarled back that they would be worth nothing.
However, Scotto – who stated that she had an on / off relationship with Trouw Telfair – allowed the storage unit to auction the memorabilia items sold inside.
Scotto claimed that she had seen Telfair several times with a gun telling her former love interests guns & biscuits & # 39; called.
Her testimony supports the prosecutor who says they have discovered a gas-powered submachine gun owned by Telfair.
When she left, she told DailyMail.com: & # 39; Sebastian & # 39; s new girlfriend … I think he has a lot of it. She is very ugly. & # 39;
Scotto then claimed: & # 39; She does sexual favors for free music videos & # 39; s. & # 39;
She said she would not appear in court the next day.
Mrs. Telfair also claimed in court that she had seen her husband with the weapon found in his car
Mrs. Telfair also carried a bag from designer label Off-White, in accordance with Mr. Telfair and his former mistress
Mrs. Telfair also claimed in court that she had seen her husband with the weapon in his car, along with three pistols, elaborate magazines, ammunition and a bulletproof jacket, during a 2.50-hour route calculation in the Bedstuy neighborhood of Brooklyn on June 11, 2017 .
Two bags of marijuana were also discovered.
The woman said she had coordinated the shipment to New York from Florida of the blue F-150 pickup truck he had picked up during the early hours.
Mr Telfair's girlfriend, Chacon, showed her support when she appeared in torn jeans on Monday
New girlfriend didn't seem to carry an off-white bag like Telfair and the other women
The New York Post reports the same woman who heard the intimidated mistress Scotto laugh at Mrs. Telfair's testimony, where she also said she arranged storage at the unit Scotto referred to.
Telfair himself was rejected by the judge for making distracting facial expressions in the direction of his friend Ciccone and the jury.
He was blamed for yawning excessively when Mrs. Telfair discovered a couple of firearms and reported that he had looked at Ciccone while the woman he had separated from the spoke.
Telfair was told by a judge that he was overly yawning and looking at a friend in court
Sportsman Telfair put on a denim jacket to go into the field on Monday morning in Brooklyn
Under his jacket was a checkered blazer and he combined it with a red off-white backpack
Telfair last appeared in court in March with Jami Thomas, 19.
Weapons in the vehicle were a SIG MPX gun, a Ruger LC9s and a Springfield Armory XD9 Mod 2 gun, police told the New York Post.
Telfair was run over because the headlights were not turned on.
Just before the incident, the couple caught the officers' attention because they were parked illegally on a central reservation on Atlantic Avenue near Classon Street.
The authorities found three pistols, a gas-powered submachine gun, extended magazines, ammunition and a ballistic vest in the vehicle
Sebastian Telfair (left) was on Tuesday in the courtroom about possession of weapons and drugs with Jami Thomas, 19 (right)
According to her, when he was first run over, the police smelled what marijuana they knew before they saw a burning joint in the truck.
The police then asked Telfair and Thomas to step outside the vehicle and arrest them before conducting a more thorough investigation of the car.
Telfair was accused of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, an aggravated unlicensed motor vehicle operator and a violation of motor vehicle equipment, police said.
Thomas was sitting in the passenger's seat and was struck by a controlled substance and arms possession allegations.
Telfair was pulled around Brooklyn in a Ford F-150 pickup truck because the headlights were not turned on. Just before the incident, the two caught the attention of the offices illegally parked on a central reservation on Atlantic Avenue near Classon Street (photo)
Telfair, born in Brooklyn, was once one of the most valued players in the county before he was called up and played for eight different teams during his 12-year career
Telfair, born in Brooklyn, was once one of the most valued players in the county during his years at Lincoln High School.
He chose not to study at the university, but to make a direct leap to the NBA in 2004, the Post reported. He was 13th overall drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers, and played for eight different teams during his 12-year career.
The talented guard finally went silent and recently made the leap to China.
The arrest is not the first time that Telfair has ended up with law enforcement. In 2007, he was arrested on a firefight during another routine traffic stop when speeding on the Bronx River Parkway with a suspended license.
At the time, officers found a .45 caliber pistol under the passenger seat of the vehicle on which he was driving, the Post reported.
He pleaded guilty a year later and had three years of probation.