Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon has been indicted of passionate nuisance by an partner for his sports selling firm, according to a lawsuit filed in California.
The polite lawsuit was filed on Monday in Orange County Superior Court. According to justice documents, Wendy Haskell alleges Moon done “unwanted and unsolicited” passionate advances as partial of her purpose as his partner operative for Sports 1 Marketing. Moon is a co-founder and boss of a company. The Washington Post initial reported on a lawsuit on Wednesday.
Moon played tools of 17 seasons in a NFL with 4 teams: Houston, Minnesota, Seattle and Kansas City. He threw for 49,325 yards and 291 touchdowns in a unchanging deteriorate and was inaugurated to a Hall of Fame in 2006.
Moon is also a radio commentator for a Seattle Seahawks. The group was wakeful of a lawsuit though had no additional comment.
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