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According to a story via TMZ, Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh, has been involved in acrimonious legal fight with his ex Allison Mathis, in order to gain primary custody of their 4-year-old daughter.
Bosh has filed legal docs asking a judge to strip his ex, Allison Mathis, of primary physical custody of Trinity.
Bosh claims Mathis has been trying to alienate the kid from him … blocking contact, refusing to let them travel together, and poisoning their daughter against him.
Bosh wants primary physical custody, but says he’s more than willing to give Mathis her fair share of mother-daughter time in the form of visitation.
Mathis has fired back in her own legal docs, saying his complaints are BS.
Bosh and Mathis have been going at it in court ever since they broke up for various reasons, so it’s not shocking that it has come to this.
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Ah yes, Chris Bosh. The gift that keeps on giving. Just recently he was mocked in a Taiwanese Animation Treatment of Game 7 of the NBA Finals due to his scoring-wise no-show in the big game. Heck, he was compared to an ostrich once, for goodness sakes. But there have been good times, too. Chris [...]The post Chris Bosh nearly chokes on piece of confetti during celebration (video...
Last year we had Champagne Bosh, and we now present you with 2013 Confetti Bosh. Chris Bosh just can’t catch a break. After going scoreless in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, Bosh was just trying to enjoy the moment as the Heat won their second straight NBA title, but a piece of confetti flew directly into his mouth as the team posed for a group photo making for one of the funniest vines, ever.
I unlike many, actually like Chris Bosh and acknowledge his vast contributions to the Miami Heat’s championship run these past two years.
So it pains me to this, but during the on-court celebration while the confetti was streaming down, the power forward was caught struggling a bit with a piece of confetti. Bosh just can’t seem to avoid these awkward moments.
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Chris Bosh has prolonged the life of Vine thanks to this wonderful video found by the folks at Busted Coverage. Instagram video may take over the short clip video world soon, but for now Vine lives. Thanks Chris!
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This is just so, so, so Chris Bosh. The only way it could be MORE Chris Bosh is if it wasn’t confetti in his mouth, but another dude’s toes.
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Bosh took it in the mouth
Chris Bosh is a two time NBA champ who has made $165 million playing basketball. However, he also got his ass kicked by a piece of confetti last night.
Bosh was also held scoreless last night.
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