Steph Curry’s Former NBA Trainer Arrested On Drug & Sexual Assault Charge Following Alleged Incident In Boston
A private NBA trainer who has worked with some of the league’s most famous players, including Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, has been arrested on charges of sexual assault and drugging for intercourse.
According to RadarOnline, Rob McClanaghan, 43, was apprehended in Rhode Island on Friday (Nov. 18) for an alleged incident that occurred in Downtown Boston. The publication has discovered he will be arraigned Monday (Nov. 21) as a Fugitive from Justice after being transported by the Boston Police Department Fugitive Unit for booking at their department facility.
According to the BPD statement,
“this investigation and subsequent arrest are a result of an investigation by the Boston Police Sexual Assault Unit and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. This incident occurred in Downtown Boston.”
Alongside the statement, Boston police included a warning about date rape drugs, advising the public to be aware of
“the dangerousness of scentless, colorless, and tasteless drugs such as Rohypnol, also known as roofie, being placed in the drinks of unsuspecting victims.”
Their message continued,
“Other drugs commonly used in a similar fashion are GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyric acid) or Ketamine. These drugs and substances can cause disorientation, confusion, temporary paralysis, or unconsciousness, along with a host of other symptoms, leaving the potential victim vulnerable to the intentions of the suspect.”
Prior to his arrest, Rob McClanaghan worked with Steph Curry, Nets star Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, Lakers player Russell Westbrook, and MVP Derrick Rose.
McClanaghan is also a well-known speaker at corporate events.
“I’ve had an unprecedented view of greatness. I know what makes starters tick because I’ve helped make them tick..Along the way, I realized many of the principles and philosophies I’ve used on the court and written about in my book, Net Work, can and should be leveraged in corporate boardrooms and for professional sales teams.”
“By combining inspirational stories with fundamental training drills, I’m the coach every aspiring business professional desperately needs. I will get you from walk-on to the starting lineup.”
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