Reggie Bush has strongly denied allegations he distributed drinks spiked with ecstasy to women four years ago in Los Angeles, as reported by The Advocate.
“This is outrageous,” said Bush’s attorney, Shawn Holley, via the Detroit Free Press. “I can say to you on the record that Reggie adamantly, vehemently and unequivocally denies all of the statements in that article. We are demanding a retraction from The Advocate and Reggie is considering taking legal action.”
Bush said on Twitter, “I 100 percent intend to take legal action against The Advocate if they do not retract their LIE-FILLED article.”
According to The Advocate report, a former St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s deputy charged with helping former Saints safety Darren Sharper drug women told the investigators he saw Bush drop ecstasy into Champagne glasses and hand out the party drug to women at a Las Vegas dance club in the spring of 2011, shortly before the Saints traded Bush to the Miami Dolphins.
The former Sheriff’s deputy, Brandon Licciardi, later said, “No, I didn’t see him put it in the drink. He told me.