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Rumor: Steve Nash’s Ex-wife’s “Baby Daddy” Identified as Former Teammate

UPDATE:
Information has surfaced proving this story is a rumor, and may be mostly untrue. The rest of the details are still unclear. Discuss the story below.

UPDATE 2:

A while back rumors were swirling that Steve Nash’s son was born, lets just say, not white… The rumors pointed towards one of Nash’s teammates sleeping with his then wife — Then Nash filed for divorce the following day after his son was born. — This resulted in the the internet going bonkers over infidelity rumors, black babies, etc.

I’m happy to report Nash’s son Matteo is still definitely his as you can see above. A chip off the old fricking block. -Terez Owens

Original Rumor:

In December, Steve Nash filed for divorce with his wife Alejandra Amarilla only a day after they had their baby. The reason for this has now unfolded. His cheating allegations were confirmed when Aljejandra gave birth to a black baby. Now the farther is said to be Jason Richardson, Nash’s former teammate. The Suns abruptly traded Richardson to the Orlando Magic in December. This was around the time that the baby was born.

The Jersey Chaser – Move over Tony Parker! Back in December, basketball fans were stunned when Pheonix Suns star Steve Nash filed for divorce from his wife just a day after she had a baby. Since then new information has surface about the separation. Nash married Alejandra Amarilla in 2005 but broke up a few months before the baby was born after rumors of cheating allegations. The allegations were confirmed when Aljejandra gave birth to a black baby. Now the father is said to be Nash’s former teammate Jason Richardson. The Suns abruptly traded Richardson to the Orlando Magic in December, around the same time the baby was born. Sounds like an entire season’s worth of material for basketball wives!

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