The mother of two-time NBA champion and former Miami Heat center Chris Bosh has been questioned and named suspect by authorities after she, along with a number of people, was found inside the house owned by Bosh Friday morning, per TMZ Sports.
Freida Bosh was among the people listed as suspects by the DeSoto Police Department after performing the said raid, which was made possible by a previously obtained search warrant. The sting operation didn’t make any arrests — so far — but there was a significant amount of paraphernalia found to suggest that the house was being used for narcotics trafficking.
A rep for the DPD tells us a bunch of evidence was seized from the home — “a large amount of drug paraphernalia was recovered consistent with narcotics trafficking.”
Outside of being the owner of the house, Chris Bosh, who was not in the house when the drug bust was made, doesn’t seem to have any involvement in the alleged drug trafficking.
As for Chris, one law enforcement source connected to the case told us, “We don't believe Chris has any connection short of owning the house.”
Bosh last appeared in an NBA game in February of last year before being rendered incapable of seeing action due to numerous blood clot issues. The 11-time All-Star is not officially ruling out the possibility of a comeback, but his chances of getting back to the NBA is vague, to say the least.
For now, he’ll probably be busy dealing with familial issues with regards to his mother’s suspected involvement in a drug ring.