The former NBA All-Star, who had a brief stint with the Pistons in the 2008-09 season, was the passenger in a Lamborghini in the early evening of March 30 in Atlanta. CNN reports that a police officer stopped the after observing the car changing lanes without signaling.
The driver, Antwuan Clisby according to the police report, didn't the proper paperwork for the . After Clisby explained that he was trying to get the passenger to dinner, the police officer said no one was going anywhere until the investigation was finished.
That's when Iverson began to inject. The quipped fired off by Iverson during the police stop include: "Take the vehicle, I have 10 more," "Police don't have anything else (expletive) to do except (expletive) with me," "I make more money than you will in 10 years" and "Do you know who I am?"
Police eventually discovered the Lamborghini was Iverson's, but the tags on the car were expired.
The police report says, according to CNN, that after the car was towed and Clisby was ticketed for driving and registration infractions, Iverson apologized for his disrespectful behavior.
Iverson has a checkered past with legal issues, dating all the way back to high school when he served time in prison for his role in a fight in a bowling alley in Virginia, and includes an arrest for carrying a concealed weapon and possession of marijuana in 1997 and brush ups at several casinos and nightclubs during his NBA career. He began this season playing in Turkey but returned to the United States after a lesion was discovered in his right calf.