LAPD investigating Twitter threat against Chris Paul’s wife

Tuesday March 29th, 2016

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A Twitter threat against Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul and his wife, Jada Crawley, has led to an investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department, according to the Los Angeles Times

The threat was allegedly posted on Twitter in early February, with a Twitter user saying that he would kill Crawley and then frame Paul for the crime. The threat was first noticed by Clippers team security, who then alerted the LAPD.

The investigation is being handled by the LAPD threat management unit, according to police lieutenant Andrew Neiman.

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No arrest has been made in connection with the incident. 

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