LAPD Police Lt. Andrew Neiman said that the department's threat management unit was investigating threats against Chris Paul and his family. The investigation into the social media threats is ongoing and no one has been arrested, Neiman said.
Following a Los Angeles Clippers' loss in early February, one
The threat investigation was first reported by TMZ on Sunday evening.
It is not unheard of for sports fans to publish threatening tweets, or to troll athletes on social media. However, threats naming family members usually rate as a greater cause for concern.
The threat investigation so far has not been referred to prosecutors, according to the law enforcement source.
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