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Lonzo Ball Sells Big Baller Brand Warehouse In Los Angeles

Lonzo Ball Sells Los Angeles Big Baller Brand Warehouse

Lonzo Ball has definitely ended all relationship with Big Baller Brand after reportedly selling BBB's distribution warehouse in Los Angeles.

Neal J. Leitereg of the Los Angeles Times informed on Friday that a "limited liability company" tied to Ball sold the property for a little over than $4.265 million earlier this month, according to public records.

These are the last moments of BBB alive, given that they were spotted selling merchandise for $5 at local gyms during volleyball tournaments. Everything went downhill for them when it was reported that Lonzo had "severed ties" with BBB co-founder Gregory Alan Foster after the latter was accused of stealing money from the player.

"ESPN reportedly has seen documentation that Foster took $1.5 million from Ball's personal and business accounts and could not account for that money," Tania Ganguli of Los Angeles Times wrote back in March.

Following that, Ganguli added that the FBI was investigating Foster after Big Baller Brand filed a lawsuit for $2 million in damages earlier in April.

Back in May, the New Orleans Pelicans guard discussed the situation with his father’s company on HBO's The Shop, and said (as quoted by USA Today):

"The way I feel about it is different. Why I covered the BBB up on my arm. Because when I saw that, I saw [Foster]. And that s--t just made me so - like I was tight. Because when we looked at the transactions, that s--t didn't start happening until my mom got sick. Because she took care of all the money s--t. So, that's what really hurt me. Like, that s--t hurt me."

It looks like he’s trying to finish any business he has left with BBB and start fresh his new chapter with the Pelicans, who look ready to make some noise next year after a great offseason.