Originally written on That NBA Lottery Pick  |  Last updated 11/16/14
LeBron James wedding wouldn’t be legendary if at least one person didn’t attempt to crash it and thankfully for LeBron’s case, he had two different people. The first is believed to be a LeBron James groupie that hasn’t officially been identified (Bossip says it was Aljaree “AJ” Williams but hasn’t confirmed it) but here is what the folks over at Black Sports Online said on the matter: Allegedly what was described as a “Latina Groupie” tried to crash Bron Bron and Savannah’s wedding. The woman, who was not named or photographed, claimed she knew Lebron and wanted to say her peace. Fortunately, the groupie couldn’t make it past the armed security guards and was forcibly removed without disturbing guests inside. The other was a woman by the name of Meredith Kaloogian who somehow found a way to get past security and spoke with the folks over at Hot Hot Hoops about her feelings about LeBron’s wedding ceremony: “I felt all the love and respect the guests had for the James family.  I, in return, want to show them my love and respect by not talking about what took place at the Grand Del Mar.”  She went on to say, “There was literally so much love and you could feel it in the air. I have a great feeling about LeBron and Savannah. I am sure it will turn out great for them.” *** LeBron James image courtesy of Getty Images
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