RJeff Leaves Jilted Bride’s Settlement At The Altar

So when last we left Richard Jefferson, he was explaining to everyone who would listen (re: Dan Patrick and Howard Stern on their radio shows) that he wasn’t such a cad. He said that he didn’t break up with fiance Kesha Ni’Cole Nichols by email, as was alleged; that he didn’t call off the wedding with only a couple hours’ notice; and in fact was giving her a big cash settlement for calling off the nuptials.

Richard Jefferson, Kesha Nichols

I guess that another radio blitz is in order, because the NEW YORK POST is saying that the cash deal is off, and that Jefferson has even banned Nichols from the Manhattan apartment they had shared, telling the doorman not to let her in to get her belongings. Read more…

Jefferson Called Off Wedding Via Email … Classy

So Richard Jefferson would like to dispel rumors that he left his prospective bride at the altar, calling off their July 11 wedding with only two hours’ notice. Oh, and he’s not gay. Seriously! The Spurs’ star appeared on Dan Patrick’s radio show on Wednesday to tell his side of the story, including how he broke it off with former New Jersey Nets dancer Kesha Ni’Cole Nichols via email. That’s one sensitive move right there. What, no Twitter?

Richard Jefferson Kesha Nichols

And there was also a “six-figure” payoff to the jilted bride — another sweet, time-honored gesture. But Jefferson didn’t stop with Patrick. His radio blitz also included the Howard Stern show, because when you’ve just experienced the pain of breaking up with your fiance, the first person you should turn to is the wise and caring Howard Stern. Read more…