Jahlil Okafor says Twitter sex story is ‘false’

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Jahlil Okafor says a sex story that spread on Twitter about him is “absolutely false.” | AP

It started when a woman going by the name of “Chanel” took to Twitter and made claims about Jahlil Okafor and his sexual prowess—or lack thereof.

The woman even threatened to release nude pictures of the Philadelphia 76ers’ top draft pick if he didn’t acknowledge her.

Well, Okafor has done more than acknowledge her. The Chicago native has told TMZ Sports her claims are “absolutely false,” and he’s looking into legal action.

From TMZ:

We’re told Team Okafor has already contacted Twitter to get Chanel to take down the tweets. Okafor’s team was told the tweets fall under Twitter’s abuse policy … especially posts where she threatens to leak nude pics … and if she doesn’t delete them, her account will be suspended. Okafor’s camp says they have already kicked the matter over to their legal counsel and are considering their legal options moving forward.

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