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Odell Beckham Jr. Accused of Paying For Sex, Drugs and Violence

By Daryl Nelson

Odell Beckham Jr. is being accused of trying to pay a woman for sex, partying with lots of drugs, and having his goons beat a guy up.

Earlier this year, Beckham was sued by Ishmael Temple, who said ODJ's crew beat him up when he was at his home in January.

Temple said he received broken teeth and other injuries in the beating, so he sued for $15 million. Beckham's lawyers say there was no beatdown and this is a cash grab.

In new court documents pertaining to the case, Temple's lawyers claim the New York Giant offered $1000 to sleep with a woman from out of town. 

"We have evidence of your client offering $1k to sleep with a girl from Arizona visiting L.A. known to my client," the docs read.

Temple's lawyers also claimed that Beckham had drugs in his house. 

"Evidence of drugs of the most prohibited types readily available and consumed at his parties," the document stated.

On top of that, Temple's legal team said Beckham's camp offered $225,000 to have the lawsuit dropped, but their client turned it down.

Unfortunately for the star wide receiver, this isn't the first time he's been involved in a scandal involving a woman. 

Earlier this year, he was seen in a video with a French model, and it looked like he was holding a blunt. Additionally, there was a white powdery substance in the clip, which many thought was cocaine. 

Eventually, the model said Beckham was just holding a slice of pizza, not a blunt, although she never said anything about the white stuff.

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