There's nothing quite like some witness intimidation to make this ongoing lawsuit against Reggie Bush a little more interesting. Apparently, New Era Sports co-founder Lloyd Lake was set to give a deposition where he was to admit giving $291,000 in benefits to Bush's family, when suddenly he noticed that Bush's attorneys had a man with them that was packing some heat:
"The guy sat with his arms folded the whole time, staring at Lloyd. Then he opened up his jacket and you could see that he had a gun on him. I asked (Bush's attorneys) to identify him, and they refused to even tell me his name." . . . Watkins said the man followed Lake in "an intimidating manner" almost immediately after Lake arrived for the deposition . . .Hey, if it worked in the D'Angelo Barksdale case, who's to say it won't work here?