If you haven’t done so already, please read my previous article about Chris ‘Birdman’ Andersen, to get you up to speed on the current situation.
Colorado’s Internet crimes against children can include pornographic photos of children and chat rooms being used to lure children for sexual purposes. However, it is difficult for investigators to prove the person in question was the one who conducted these searches when multiple parties have access to the devices. Reports say that a 30-year-old woman may possibly live at the Larkspur home.
Regardless of the infamous “Innocent until proven guilty” statement, Denver Nuggets has decided to have Chris ‘Birdman’ Andersen “excused indefinitely” from the NBA team.
“The Denver Nuggets are aware of media reports involving Chris Andersen. It involves a legal investigation and we await further details,” team officials wrote.
The team has since declined any further comments to the situation, though Douglas County Sheriff’s Office spokewoman, Deborah Shermen, said the investigation is open and therefore, would not speak further on the allegations against Andersen.
“It could include many different things. Right now, we’re not saying. They literally just got the property this morning.”
Andersen’s attorney, Mark Bryant, stands behind the fan-favorite, releasing a statement to The Denver Post,
“I believe in Chris. I would ask the citizens of Colorado to give Chris his due,”
“Like every one of us, he is presumed innocent. At the end of the day, I am confident it will be shown that he did nothing wrong.”