Dwight Howard sued by woman who claims to have helped him get Lakers deal

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The 2020 NBA champion Dwight Howard has not allegedly fully settled for the services rendered to him by two women Armica Nabaa and Kamisha Shelman. According to TMZ, the two women have applied to court and are asking for $50,000 from Howard.

They claimed to have been hired by the Philadelphia 76ers center to help him with administrative task but have eventually been assigned to do more work, including taking care of Howard’s snake collection. Nabaa and Shelman claimed they were fired back in January and have not been fully paid for their services.

Nabaa also said she helped the 35-year-old get a contract with the Lakers. According to her, she used her contacts to help Howard.