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[VIDEO] Former NY Knick Mark Jackson and Golden State Warriors coach, extorted over extramarital affair with stripper

Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson said Thursday that he and his family were the targets of an extortion attempt related to an extramarital affair he had six years ago.

The Smoking Gun reported that a 28-year-old former stripper, Alexis Adams, possessed nude photographs of Jackson and wanted money to keep the photos from becoming public.

Adams and an alleged co-conspirator, 40-year-old Marcus Shaw, were named in felony criminal complaints for their alleged roles in an extortion scheme, according to online records filed with the U.S. District Court in Oakland. The documents don't identify the victim but The Smoking Gun said "V1," as the victim is referred to in documents, is Jackson.

Adams was released on $25,000 bail but Shaw remained behind bars because he has a prior conviction for aggravated robbery in Tennessee in 1996, for which he was sentenced to 12 years in prison, according to court records. He also was arrested in Georgia in 2005 for investigation of murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault and kidnapping, "though the case was ultimately dismissed," according to an affidavit filed in the case by FBI Special Agent Beth F. Alvarez.

In a statement released by the team, Jackson said the extramarital affair occurred when he was still working as an ESPN/ABC broadcaster. He called the affair "embarrassing" and apologized for it.


Jackson said a man approached him this past April 3 at the team hotel in Memphis when Golden State was there to play the Grizzlies and demanded "a substantial sum of money" or he'd sell "personal information" to a tabloid.

Jackson said he "regrettably" paid the man, calling it "a terrible lapse in judgment and a course of action I would not recommend to anyone." Court documents show he handed over $5,000.

After the man emailed him two weeks later and called his wife asking for more money, Jackson said, he informed the team about the situation. The Warriors said they immediately contacted the FBI.

Jackson said he made his wife, Desiree, aware of the affair years ago and the two reconciled.

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Comment by Incognito on July 4, 2012 at 10:42pm

TIG luckily you taken, b/c Dahved would be getting blackmail every day fah yah info... 

Comment by Nicky Nicole on July 4, 2012 at 7:21pm
...and this is one of the many results when you have sex with strippers let alone an extramarital affair. Still yet- see how the truth set him free? He first paid up and said nothing about being extorted. Once he finally confessed, see how much support he received? Confess your sins. Totally, truthfully & with full honesty. You'd be surprised by the results. ;}
Comment by Incognito on June 29, 2012 at 11:16pm

Read this in the Dailynews today... what's surprising was that he's an ordained minister. The fact that he sent some chic his coco-nuts wasn't surprising at all...

Personally I would've told the hoe those "Balls" aren' t mine!...and the rest of the shots were doctored. End of story. Of course his wife probably would know it's his, but she ain't going no where.  Point is the two-timing trick would've not released the pics, because it's her meal ticket...

Moral of the story is, only send close-up pics of your nutts fellas. Don't be going all Broadway on the Internet, b/c the relationship will eventually end, and the payback will begin...

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