Update: As if Larsa Pippen's released 911 call about her husband, Scottie Pippen, wasn't disturbing enough, there's now another alleged call that she made to police about the NBA Hall of Famer and six-time champion's aggression.
On the same Tuesday that TMZ Sports released the initial call, it also posted a second call.
This one has an alleged teary-eyed Larsa requesting a 911 dispatcher that police "come over here please," explaining that, "my husband has gotten crazy again with me."
When the dispatcher asked her for clarity, she said: "He's breaking things. He's just scaring me."
The call was allegedly made on October 4, two days after the longtime couple had its first heated argument, which also ended with Larsa calling 911. But during the first call to 911, Larsa allegedly waived off police from visiting the Pippens' Fort Lauderdale, Florida, residence. After the second call, police did respond, but no arrests were made.
These arguments and 911 calls preceded the NBA legend filing for divorce from his wife of 19 years late last month.
Previously: Last week a report surfaced about Larsa Pippen allegedly calling 911 over being scared of her husband, Scottie Pippen, following a heated argument in early October.
The call to police allegedly preceded the NBA Hall of Famer and six-time champion filing for divorce from his wife of 19 years.
At the time, there was no evidence of the alleged 911 call other than the report itself. But that changed Tuesday, when TMZ Sports posted what it claims is a crying Larsa reporting to police her husband's "aggressive" behavior.
"Can you send someone over here? My husband is being really aggressive with me," a tearful Larsa says to the 911 dispatcher over the phone, as reported by TMZ.
What's believed to be Pippen's voice could be heard in the background moments later, clarifying that their argument was "verbal" and not physical, before Larsa asks the dispatcher to "just cancel it," referring to police responding to their Florida residence.
Hear the chilling call below.
Despite Larsa's latter request, cops indeed showed up to the Pippens' residence.
This call was allegedly made on October 2.
The website said this was one of two heated arguments between the husband and wife in three days early last month.
But Scottie did file for divorce late last month following this argument and the rumors of Larsa's alleged involvement with the rapper.
Adding to the situation is a report about Scottie asking a Florida court last week to amend his prenup, so that Larsa can't touch any of his $50 million fortune. He also asked for full custody of their four children: Scottie Jr., Preston, Justin and Sophia.
A glimmer of hope during this divorce proceeding, however, is that the NBA legend and his longtime wife are allegedly open to reconciling, with Larsa's rep saying that the couple is in communication and that she's "fairly certain they’re going to make up."
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