Basketball star player who slept with 341 women confesses on TV

By Ben Rohrbach, Yahoo Sports on September 16, 2018

Former Detroit Pistons center Jason Maxiell revealed to a national television audience that he has slept with 341 women before and during his marriage to high school sweetheart Brandi Maxiell. This figure falls 19,659 shy of the number of women NBA legend and lifelong bachelor Wilt Chamberlain claimed to have bedded in his 1991 book “A View From Above,” but that was no consolation to Brandi.

Maxiell’s wife walked off the set of the Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Iyanla: Fix My Life” when her husband revealed to host Iyanla Vanzant that she had slept with “more than 50” women in his life.

A former “Basketball Wives” cast member, Brandi overcame an ovarian cancer diagnosis in 2007.

Iyanla Vanzant’s advice to Jason Maxiell

The “Iyanla” episode also explores sex addiction and alcoholism, both of which Maxiell denied, and Vanzant offers sage advice about potential deeper-seated issues beneath the 35-year-old’s infidelity.

“Every time you’re with another woman, you abandon you,” Vanzant told Maxiell on the episode that aired last week. “And every time you tell another lie, you abandon you. And every time you take a drink to stuff the pain down, you abandon you. This wasn’t about sex. This was about punishment.”

•Photo shows randy basketball star Jason Maxiell

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 16, 2018


 

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