The plaintiff, Bryant Coleman, a staffer in the communications department at the University of Central Florida, alleges that the former sportsman used to be his boyfriend and they were dating for 3 years. And when they broke up Allen started hounding and threatening him. Allen, who is married to a woman and is a father of 5, does not deny he knew Coleman but insists he did not know he was a man. And Allen does not admit chasing him. “Coleman pretended to be a number of attractive women interested in Ray Allen,” read the motion filed on Allen’s behalf. “Ray believed he was speaking with these women and communicated with them.” The motion claims that Coleman, pretending to be a woman, gained personal information about Allen and then blackmailed him, spreading this information in social media.“He posted about Ray’s wife, Ray’s children, Ray’s dog, Ray’s homes, Ray’s wife’s restaurant, and numerous other personal items,” read the motion. “Coleman not only posted about these things, he would actually post while physically located inside Ray’s wife’s restaurant in Orlando. And he would make sure they knew it, tagging Ray and his wife on those posts.” Coleman replied that they knew each other, met personally, had sex, and what is the most important, loved each other: “Ray knows how I look, he knows how my voice sounds, he knows how I think, and most importantly, he knows my heart,” he claims.