Taking your high school basketball game a ‘Bit too Far/Long’:25 year-old posing as a 17 year-old was voted the District 11-5A Offensive Player of the Year by coaches

Posted by Andy Durham on May 16, 2018 at 8:22 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

Might be time to hang up your high school basketball game when you are 25 years old….But believe it or not this is what really happened…

Let’s go down into the state of Texas, where a so-called Hurricane Harvey victim, from this past Fall of 2017, decides to enroll into high school, as a 17 year-old high school freshman….(Sort of our “George Michael’s Sports Machine”, intro.)

And the kid can play basketball, but the kid is in reality 25 year-old Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley and he took advantage of the special circumstances surrounding the Hurricane Harvey victims and the 25 year-old, posing as a 17-year old, got himself a spot in school at Skyline High School, in the Houston area and once Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley had established his new high school freshman identity, as Rashun Richardson, he transferred to Dallas Hillcrest High School and he made the basketball team there and was voted the District 11-5A Offensive Player of the Year by the conference coaches…

After Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley(25 year-old), became Rashun Richardson(the 17 year-old), he made that Dallas Hillcrest High School basketball team and he also started dating a 14-year old girl at Hillcrest High…

Here is the GT Prospect report on Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley/Rashun Richardson from back in December of 2017…
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Dallas Hillcrest was led by 6’2 Guard Rashun Richardson 34 points 15 Rebounds #ChrisBoshShootout

Coaches he gave the #1 team in the Nation a 40-point night in 3 quarters a few weeks ago!

And here is how the story reads now from the Dallas Morning News:
A 25-year-old Dallas-area man(Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley/Rashun Richardson) was arrested last Friday after posing as a 17-year-old Hurricane Harvey victim and high-school freshman for roughly nine months, and starring for a high-school basketball team, per The Dallas Morning News.

Read the full story and get more details when you CLICK HERE for Zach Pereles, at YAHOO! Sports….


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