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Chris Bosh sued by mother after attempt to evict her from Texas home

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Former Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is being sued by his mother, Freida Bosh, for taking away her home in DeSoto, Texas, according to The Blast.

Freida Bosh is claiming she thought the documents she signed 13 years ago had transferred the deed to the family home to her while removing the name of Noel Bosh, Chris’ father, after their divorce.

The documents instead had given the home to Chris, who is now attempting to evict her. Freida is now seeking unspecified damages and asking the courts to void the deed transfer.

Freida claims Chris promised her she’d be able to remain in the home for the rest of her life, but learned in August 2017 that she didn’t own the home once she was contacted by Chris’ lawyer.

Bosh, an 11-time NBA All-Star, denied the allegations and is hoping the case is thrown out of court.

Freida Bosh was arrested in December for allegedly allowing drugs to be trafficked out of the same home, according to The Dallas Morning News.

DeSoto police had raided the house and reportedly found large amounts of drug paraphernalia while executing the search warrant. The case is still pending.

The 34-year-old Bosh hasn’t played in the league since Feb. 9, 2016, after several health problems with blood clotting putting his career in danger. The Heat are still paying a portion of Bosh’s five-year, $118 million contract, while insurance covers the majority of it.

Slated to make $26.8 million this upcoming season (the last of his contract), after making $25.3 million in 2017-18, according to Spotrac — Bosh has yet to rule out a return to the NBA.