According to the famous gossip website "TMZ", James Harden was sued by cameraman David Flores three years ago. Now he has finally won the game that lasted for three years. After a long lawsuit, the court acquitted him without any compensation.
In last season’s playoff and regular season MVP battle, Harden lost to the Warriors and Giannis Antetokounmpo. But in the battle with a cameraman, Harden became the ultimate winner.
Three years ago, in May, Harden ran into trouble in Los Angeles. A cameraman accused Harden of aggressive behavior against him. According to the police, Flores claimed that at about 2 am local time on May 13, 2016, he met Harden in a rest room in Hollywood and asked Harden what he thinks of Donald Trump. As a result, Harden pushed the camera off aggressively, and Flores also claimed that his finger was broken during the conflict.
Flores initially stated that he had the video of the conflict, but later admitted to tampering with the video and said that the original version was no longer available. Flores sued Harden for negligence, assault, and assault, and claimed a considerable amount of damages, and Harden denied wrongdoing from the beginning.
The judge asked HaDen and Flores settled out of court to see if an agreement could be reached, but the negotiations between the two sides apparently went nowhere, and the case was finally passed to a jury for trial. For Harden, the good news is: the jury believes that he had no intention of causing any harm to Flores, nor did he have any negligent conduct, and that he did not need to make any compensation.