Traylor pleads guilty to tax fraud
DETROIT -- Former NBA player Robert Traylor pleaded guilty Thursday to preparing a false tax return after hiding assets for a convicted drug dealer.
Traylor's name was used to make it appear that he purchased two Detroit rental properties, but the properties were actually bought and owned by Quasand Lewis, a convicted drug trafficker and money launderer, according to U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy's office.
The 29-year-old Traylor admitted in his plea that the properties were listed ...
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