Racial slur sprayed on LeBron James' Los Angeles home, police say

Hazel Gray
June 1, 2017

LeBron James' home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles was vandalized with a racial slur on Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to SB Nation.

TMZ also reports that "multiple LAPD units and a neighborhood patrol vehicle" responded to the home early Wednesday morning.

This is unbelievable. LeBron James was possibly the target of a hate crime on May 31, as someone allegedly spray-painted the n-word on his house in Los Angeles!

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The news conference was supposed to be about the start of the National Basketball Association finals Thursday - but the first question to LeBron James wasn't about dealing with the Warriors' Draymond Green. It is 9,440 square feet. The incident is technically being investigated as a hate crime, though it has yet to be officially classified as such.

It is not believed that LeBron or his family were at the home at the time of the incident. "So this is kind of killing me inside right now". Games 1 and 2 are in Oakland, Calif. James spent several weeks in Los Angeles last summer working with his production company. I will be as focused as I can be on the job at hand tomorrow, but this is a situation where it puts me back in place of what's actually more important. During most of the year, they live in Akron, Ohio.

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