EXCLUSIVE: Scottie Pippen — Heads to Court Blasting Allegations of Driving on a Suspended License, Demands Court Hearing to Defend Himself

EXCLUSIVE: Scottie Pippen — Heads to Court Blasting Allegations of Driving on a Suspended License, Demands Court Hearing to Defend Himself

Nik, Scottie Pippen has headed to court blasting allegations he broke the law by driving on a suspended license and driving over 90 mph on a Florida highway … with the ex-NBA star entering a plea of not guilty to both charges against him … and is demanding he be allowed a hearing to defend himself.

Back in October, Scottie filed for divorce from his wife Larsa in Florida Court. The two have been married since 1997 and share 4 kids together.

According to the docs filed by Scottie, the two signed a prenup prior to getting married and Scottie wants a court order determining the amount of child support he will pay Larsa.

However, Larsa fired back saying that the prenup agreement was void due to both of them agreeing to nullify it. She also demanded the judge not allow Scottie to move their 4 kids to Chicago. She is also seeking spousal support, the family home, tuition for private schooling among other things. The divorce battle is still pending in Florida Court.

Following the divorce, news broke about police being called multiple times to the couple’s house prior to Scottie filing the papers. Rumors of Larsa having a relationship with rapper Future continue to dodge her.

Then on December 21st, Pippen was hit with 2 charges for driving on a suspended license and speeding. According to court records, the ex-NBA star was pulled over by Florida Highway Patrol while driving in his 2016 Mercedes Benz on December 13th for driving 90 miles an hour in a 65 mile speed zone.

Pippen was also cited for unknowingly operating a vehicle with a suspended/revoked license – which was cancelled back in August and for speeding. He was been ordered to cough up $445 in fines or he will be forced to appear in court.

Then recently, Pippen headed to court and fired back at the allegations of driving on a suspended license and speeding excessively down in Florida. The former NBA star entered a plea of not guilty to both charges and is demanding a hearing in the case to defend himself in court. A hearing has been set for later this month where Pippen will attempt to fight the charges filed against him.

I’m actually shocked the Mayor of Miami didn’t make this go away. They are boys I thought?- nik

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