Odell Beckham Jr.


Report: Court Documents Allege Odell Beckham Jr. Offered To Pay Woman For Sex, Hosted Drug-Fueled Parties

Giants Star's Camp Denies All Wrongdoing

July 24, 2018 - 3:20 pm

By WFAN.com

A man who claims he was brutally beaten by Odell Beckham Jr.'s bodyguard and another man is now saying he has proof the Giants star tried to illegally pay a woman for sex and hosted drug-fueled parties, according to a report. 

Ishmael Temple has filed a $15 million lawsuit against Beckham over the alleged fight at the three-time Pro Bowler's Beverly Hills, California, home in January. According to TMZ Sports, the attorneys for Temple have filed new documents in court making the latest bombshell accusations against Beckham, as well as claiming Beckham's lawyers offered $225,000 in exchange for dropping the lawsuit but rescinded the offer for unknown reasons.

There is also an email exchange with Beckham's lawyers in which Temple's attorneys claim they have evidence of "your client offering $1k to sleep with a girl from Arizona visiting L.A. known to my client" and "evidence of drugs of the most prohibited types readily available and consumed at his parties," TMZ reported.

Beckham's camp is denying all the allegations, saying Temple is trying to extort the football star, according to TMZ. 

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In the lawsuit, Temple says Beckham did not participate in the alleged fight, but he did not order security to stop. 

After the suit was filed, Beckham's lawyer, Daniel Daviller, called it "frivolous." 

"Even though Mr. Temple agrees that Mr. Beckham was in no way involved in the physical altercation, neither as a participate or as an instigator, he nevertheless demanded money from Mr. Beckham and has now filed a meritless suit against him," a statement by Daviller read. 

Davillier added that Temple arrived at the party drunk, threatened several people there, was asked repeatedly to leave and then got into a fight before being escorted from the property.

Beckham is expected to report on time when the Giants open training camp Wednesday in East Rutherford, New Jersey.