Gilbert Arenas’ Former Assistant Convicted For Stealing $2 Million
A federal jury convicted a former personal assistant of Gilbert Arenas of stealing more than $2 million from the former NBA player this week.
According to ESPN, 40-year-old John White was found guilty by a jury on Wednesday (September 2) of 11 counts of wire fraud and four counts of filing a false tax-related document.
He faces dozens of years in prison, when he's sentenced in November.
Prosecutors say White made unauthorized online bank transfers worth $2.1 million from Arenas' account, which he used to buy sports cars and pay the mortgage on his home.
Arenas, who is a three-time NBA All-Star, played 12 seasons in the NBA. Back in 2008, he signed a six-year, $111 million contract extension with the Washington Wizards, which was eventually amnestied by the Orlando Magic.
He hasn't played in the league since 2012.