18 former NBA players, including ‘Big Baby’ Davis, charged in alleged $4 million health insurance fraud

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  • Eighteen former NBA players, including former Celtics player Ronald Glenn Davis, have been arrested and charged with defrauding the NBA’s health and welfare benefits scheme out of $4 million, officials familiar with the matter said.
  • In addition to Davis, Terrence Williams, Alan Anderson, Anthony Allen, Desiree Allen, Shannon Brown, William Bynum, Ronald Glenn Davis and Christopher Douglas-Roberts were indicted.
  • Others include Melvin Alley, Jamario Moon, Darius Miles, Milton Palacio, Ruben Patterson, Eddie Robinson, Gregory Smith, Sebastian Telfair, Charles Watson Jr., Anthony Wright and Anthony Rotten.

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Eighteen former NBA players, including former Celtics player Ronald Glenn “Big Baby” Davis, have been arrested and charged with defrauding the NBA’s health and wellness benefit scheme out of $4 million.

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The players have been charged in an indictment filed in federal court in the Southern District of New York of submitting false reimbursement claims from approximately 2017 to 2020 for medical and dental services that were not purchased.

The indictment states that he received approximately $2.5 million in fraudulent proceeds.

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In addition to Davis, Terrence Williams, Alan Anderson, Anthony Allen, Desiree Allen, Shannon Brown, William Bynum, Ronald Glenn Davis and Christopher Douglas-Roberts were indicted.

Others include Melvin Alley, Jamario Moon, Darius Miles, Milton Palacio, Ruben Patterson, Eddie Robinson, Gregory Smith, Sebastian Telfair, Charles Watson Jr., Anthony Wright and Anthony Rotten.

The NBA did not immediately respond for comment. A spokesman for the Southern District of New York did not immediately respond for comment.

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