A lawsuit alleges that new Sacramento Kings coach Luke Walton sexually assaulted a woman sometime before he was named coach of the Los Angeles Lakers in April 2016.

The civil lawsuit, first reported by TMZ and confirmed by ESPN, alleges that Kelli Tennant, a former host on Spectrum SportsNet LA,  the Lakers’ regional sports network — received an unwanted physical advance by Walton at a Santa Monica, California, hotel room.

Tennant was a volleyball player at USC before her career in media. Her bio states that she transitioned away from sports after suffering from fibromyalgia.

Take a look below at some of Kelli’s best shots. 

The Kings released a statement on Monday night regarding the alleged incident.

“We are aware of the report and are gathering additional information,” the statement said. “We have no further comment at this time.”

The Warriors said they were also “aware of the alleged incident” and gathering additional information. The team had no other comment.

The NBA has opened an investigation of its own. 

The Los Angeles Times reported that Tennant’s lawyer declined to say whether she reported the alleged assault to police.

Walton and the Lakers “mutually parted ways,” according to the team, on April 12, and he was hired by the Kings the next day.

Should be an interesting offseason for Luke. 

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