Glen Davis, Former NBA Star, Gets 40 Months In Healthcare Fraud Case

Photo: Instagram/Glen Davis

Former NBA player Glen Davis has been handed a 40-month prison sentence for his role in a healthcare fraud scheme.

Alongside 19 others, including former players like Will Bynum, Terrence Williams, and Keyon Dooling, Davis was found guilty of submitting false reimbursement claims to the NBA's health and welfare benefit plan. 

The scheme raked in over $5 million in illegal profits, with Davis alone submitting $132,000 worth of fraudulent claims.

Photo: Instagram/Glen Davis

Despite facing a maximum of 20 years behind bars, Davis was sentenced to 40 months and ordered to pay $80,000 in restitution. 

Alongside his prison time, he must attend financial management classes and undergo mandatory drug treatment during his three-year supervised release. 

Davis, who played eight seasons in the NBA, including stints with the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic, and Los Angeles Clippers, was a key member of the Celtics' 2008 championship-winning team.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 

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