Found November 22, 2012 on The Juicy Online:
Houston Rockets star James Harden may be DESPERATE for someone to hangout with, because he reportedly paid a top video vixen $20,000 to hangout with him for a day.According to a report, Harden paid video vixen Jenna Shea (below - 1st photo) the $20,000 to come hang with him in Houston recently.A source is claiming that Shea was flown into town on a private jet, which was paid for by Harden. Shea was also allowed to bring some of her closes friends to watch Harden play basketball (during his match-up against the Detroit Pistons). They all were given courtside seats, which Shea tweeted about (below - 3rd photo).Shea even tweeted a photo of her with $20,000 laying on her (hotel) bed (below).It's being said that this ISN'T THE FIRST TIME he's paid her to come hang with him.Harden can afford this though, as he was recently signed to a five-year, $80 million contract with the Houston Rockets when he was traded a few weeks ago. Sad thing is that Jenna Shea tweeted a photo (days later) showing her love for rapper Soulja Boy, who she's been linked romantically with. She's also well-known in the rap industry for being a prostitute, SOMETHING SHE'S EVEN ADMITTED BEING ON VIDEO (in video below), as she has slept with pretty much ANYONE WITH MONEY.So surely Harden got a chance to "enjoy" his finally hours with Jenna Shea before she left to go back home in Los Angeles.Hopefully he wore a rubber........... HOPEFULLY.One mo for ya tell ya ******* to make 20k n one night aint **** for free wit me PERIOD instagr.am/p/R4agyIRsHg/— jenna shea (@iamjennashea) November 11, 2012 I get paid by the NBA so much I should be signed to a team #literally while u basic hoes watch from tv FOH instagr.am/p/R4YZeHRsGj/— jenna shea (@iamjennashea) November 11, 2012 At the rockets/pistons game with @iammisszsazsa and these seats dont suck :) instagr.am/p/R34CwMxsOG/— jenna shea (@iamjennashea) November 11, 2012
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