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Posted at 04:58 AM ET, 04/26/2011

Gilbert Arenas stiffed his mover, says his mover

Gilbert Arenas and Laura Govan, now pregnant with their fourth child. “Hey baby, I got traded to Orlan — we’re moving to L.A.? Sure, L.A.’s good for me.” (Jonathan Ernst-Reuters/Avid Exposure Public Relations)
When the sad saga of Gilbert Arenas’s playing days with the Wizards was over, his longtime girlfriend decided not to move with him to Orlando, but to relocate Arenas’s Great Falls mansion worth of stuff (and their three kids) to Los Angeles, to begin setting up their dream retirement home, according to court papers.

JK Moving and Storage of Sterling agreed to make that dream move happen, at a cost of $26,172.62. Considering the sharks and toy trains that Arenas reportedly installed on Georgetown Pike, prior to doing his stint in The Big House for locker room gunplay, $26,000 seems reasonable.

But Arenas and his on-again, off-again paramour, Laura Govan, haven’t paid the bill, according to a lawsuit that JK Moving filed in Fairfax County Circuit Court earlier this month.

The Post’s Reliable Source reports that Arenas claims he didn’t even know the move was happening (!), while Govan and JK Moving declined to discuss the allegations.

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Categories:  Great Falls, Sports | Tags:  Gilbert Arenas, Laura Govan, sharks, Virginia

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