Moriah Mills leaks DMs with Pop Smoke after tweets threatening to leak Zion Williamson tape

Moriah Mills leaks DMs with Pop Smoke after tweets threatening to leak Zion Williamson tape

Moriah Mills has now hopped on Instagram to share her private messages with Pop Smoke

Zion Williamson has made his first child’s impending birth public knowledge. Even while this kind of news is usually a reason to celebrate, the New Orleans Pelicans player has been the subject of an internet campaign by pornstar Moriah Mills.

Moriah Mills leaks Instagram DMs with Pop Smoke after tweets threatening to leak Zion Williamson tape

The renowned model has been claiming to have dated the two-time All-Star but has not offered any proof to support her claim. Since Williamson’s statement, Mills has mostly focused on him on Twitter. Although the first overall choice in the 2019 NBA draft has not responded to any of her tweets, they have attracted a lot of media and fan attention.

Despite calls from supporters to be taken off the social networking site, Mills was permitted to post openly up until Tuesday. The adult entertainer threatened to upload a tape with Williamson and had her account suspended after amassing over a million followers on Twitter.

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Mills is removed from Twitter

Whether Mills possesses such a recording or even knows the star of the New Orleans Pelicans is unknown. She has not offered any evidence to support her assertions that Williamson and she were in a serious relationship. However, her threat of revenge p*rn went too far, and she was removed from the platform.

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Nearly every state, including Louisiana, where Williamson resides, has laws against revenge porn. In Louisiana, breaking the law on revenge p*rn is punished by up to two years in jail and/or a $10,000 fine. None of Mills’ accusations have received a response from Williamson.

Will New Orleans Pelicans trade Zion Williamson?

The New Orleans Pelicans chose Zion Williamson first overall in the 2019 NBA Draught because he was a player of a generation when he first entered the league. However, he has only participated in 114 games over the course of his first two seasons, prompting ESPN’s Kendrick Perkins to argue that the team should move on.

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Williamson has demonstrated extraordinary skill while playing, garnering two All-Star honours. He has shot 60.5% from the field, 34.3% from three-point range, and 69.1% from the free-throw line, averaging 25.8 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 0.9 steals, and 0.6 blocks a game.

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