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Topic - Alan Milstein
A few minutes after 6:30 Friday evening, a polished black Bentley Azure slowed to a stop outside ESPN Zone in the District. Out stepped Allen Iverson, clad in his normal get-up of baggy shorts, a do-rag, a sideways baseball cap, dark shades and plenty of bling. Flanked by his notorious entourage, the Denver Nuggets star sashayed past reporters and fans gathered outside the restaurant and made his way inside to kick off his annual Celebrity Softball Summer Classic weekend.
A federal jury began deliberations yesterday in a $20 million lawsuit against former Georgetown University basketball star Allen Iverson over a 2005 nightclub fight that two patrons say was sparked by Iverson's entourage.
"We are going to deal with this [ruling]," said Iverson's attorney, Alan Milstein, doing his best to diffuse the situation before his client took the podium. "The judge certainly dismissed any claim that Allen hit anyone. We are hopeful that this thing will be reversed and that justice will be served."
"Nothing happened at Eyebar, so we have no concern that anything is going to happen at any of these events," Milstein said when asked whether the group had considered scaling back on the weekend's nightlife aspect after Monday's ruling. "We are certain that everybody will be acting responsibly."