Farrah Abraham was fired from "Teen Mom OG" on Monday, October 30th.The news came hours after she performed in a Halloween-themed pornographic webcam show.
An ASM spokesman has not returned requests for comment.
On Tuesday acting Manhattan US Attorney Joon Kim and New York FBI Assistant Director in Charge William Sweeney announced the ongoing investigation that has already led to the arrests of 10 men, including four assistant college basketball coaches, two Adidas employees, a financial adviser, and Christian Dawkins, who previously worked as an agent at ASM sports.
A top Adidas executive and four assistant coaches are among 10 men charged with using hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to influence star athletes' choice of, shoe sponsors, agents and schools - one of which was allegedly Louisville.
Though Pitino said he was shocked by the allegations, he was let go on Wednesday morning.
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Six will be selected for a social media naming contest.
'He said "If you want to go to our school, we can get you 0,000.' For his son specifically money didn't influence his decision into where he was going to play school, but he saw other students being influenced by brand agents.'While Adidas had no impact on my son's decision to go to Louisville, other kids he played with in the AAU were definitely led by sneaker companies,' he explained. Their influence runs very deep - especially with families that don't have means.' That influence, he explained, came as early as middle school when Adidas sponsored his son's AAU team.
'While we still had to drive to tournaments, they paid for hotels, meals, and of course, all of the gear and sneakers.
'Month after month, the defendants allegedly exploited the hoop dreams of student-athletes around the country, treating them as little more than opportunities to enrich themselves through bribery and fraud schemes.' The FBI raided the office of one of the NBA's top player agencies, ASM Sports, and confiscated founder Andy Miller's computer in connection with the agency's investigation into fraud and bribery in college basketball.