Shaquille O'Neal Accused of Tracking Ex-Wife's Car
According to the filing, O’Neal is accused of planting a tracking device on his wife's car, with the help of his law enforcement friends.
This reportedly happened sometime in 2009, when O’Neal was worried that his wife Shaunie is to meet with his alleged mistress, Vanessa Lopez. That was actually the reason that made Shaq spy on his wife using advanced tracking systems.
"On September 25, 2009 O'Neal purchased an Ultimate Bluetooth Mobile Phone Spy, and an Ultimate People Finder Software system," the lawsuit states. “At some point O'Neal had his wife's car wired and hired 'Guidepoint,' a company to place a GPS tracking system on her car to track her movements and her whereabouts.”
"On September 29, 2009 nervous that Vanessa Lopez had made good on her threat to meet with his wife, O'Neal had his henchmen, Derrick Mallet, check with 'Guidepoint,' to find out where his wife had been," the documents allege.
According to the aforementioned source, Mallet informed O’Neal by email about his wife's movements.
Another shocking claim in the lawsuit is that the basketball star used government officials, including police officers, retired police officers and state attorneys to help him deal with his mistress and ultimately to plant evidence on his ex-friend, Darling.