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June 10, 2001 07:45pm
Athletes Upset Over Use of Their Names in Gold Club Trial
Source: Independent for AINews
by: Rick C. Limpert

(ATLANTA, GA) -- As accusations about pro athlete's visits to the Gold Club in Atlanta many of the sports stars have denied the allegations of have just stayed quiet. At least one, Antonio Davis, a forward for the Toronto Raptors is fighting back.

Davis will go national to dismiss the sexual allegations that surfaced about him at the Gold Club racketeering trial last week. Davis, a Christian who is married with children is also talking to attorneys about suing witness "Ziggy" Sicignano who mentioned Davis as one of the players on the Indiana Pacers who received sexual favors for attending the Gold Club. Davis will appear on "The Last Word", hosted by Jim Rome on Tuesday to explain his side of the story.

Many sports agents and team representatives have been cringing at the possibility of their clients or players being mentioned in testimony since a negative backlash could affect commercial endorsements.

About Rick C. Limpert:
Rick C. Limpert is the founder and President of SBC Photography in Alpharetta, GA. (www.sbcphotog.com and www.springbreak.5u.com). Rick also writes articles and provides images for many magazines and e-zines. He is also a regular correspondent for talkingblue.com and is giving continuing coverage of the Gold Club Trial for AINews.com. SBC can be reached through its website or e-mail at sbcphotog@aol.com.

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