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Re: Former NBA-player arrested for using counterfeit money

Former Brooklyn Nets guard Tyshawn Taylor was arrested for using a counterfeit money order to gain $1,000 in cash at a supermarket in Hoboken.

Taylor, 25, turned himself into the police on August 6th after submitting counterfeit money to the Big Banner Food Store on May 18th.

Tyshawn Taylor reported refused to repay the money on numerous accounts, forcing store-owner Jiminez to ultimately press charges despite his long-standing relationship with Taylor’s family.

“When we went to deposit the order they said it was fake. When we told him about it, he said, ‘Yeah, I’m going to come to pay it back.’ We called him several times and he never paid it back. We even contacted his mother in Florida and she said she would handle it and that she would talk to him and nothing. All this stuff with police and still he won’t pay.”
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Re: Former NBA-player arrested for using counterfeit money

What a piece of trash.
 

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Re: Former NBA-player arrested for using counterfeit money

typical of this kind of story: "former NBA player" is the click bait part and then you look and it's Tyshawn Taylor who played 490 some minutes for the Nets over two seasons and you're like, 'I guess technically he can call himself a former NBA player'
 
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