Lakers' World Peace Says He Was Sexually Assaulted By A Ghost In OKC Hotel

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault

Lakers star Metta World Peace has made something of a shock revelation about his time in Oklahoma City's famous Skirvin Hotel. He has explained (in his own unique and special way, of course) that he was sexually assaulted in the hotel - by many ghosts.

Spooked At The Skirvin

Spooked At The Skirvin

Of course, World Peace is far from the first person to make claims about encountering otherworldly beings at the Skirvin Hotel. Like a lot of NBA teams who visit Oklahoma City to take on the Thunder, the Lakers stayed at the hotel over the weekend.

Just like the Nicks and Bulls in 2010, and the Miami Heat in 2012, the LA Lakers were spooked at the Skirvin - or at least, one member of their roster was.

They Touched Me All Over

They Touched Me All Over

According to Mark Medina, writing for the Southern California News Group, Lakers veteran, Metta World Peace, told of how he had a unique experience upon entering his hotel room.

“The ghosts were all over me. I just accepted it,” the Lakers forward said.

“They touched me all over the place. I’m taking one of the ghosts to court for touching me in the wrong places.”

Why Didn't He Go Somehwere Else?

Why Didn't He Go Somehwere Else?

It is the sort of experience that might make most of us consider moving to another hotel, or at the very least, another room. So why did World Peace chose to stay there?

“I was watching a good movie and I was tired,” he explained. “I didn’t want to move.”

For the record, the movie was Money Monster.

The Power Of George Clooney

The Power Of George Clooney

Whilst George Clooney is quite a compelling actor and all, we're pretty sure that if we were pack raped by ghosts, we might consider a different place to relax.

Meanwhile, it was reported that other members of the Lakers squad appeared to be spooked by the hotel, although unlike World Peace, they didn't brave it out (or weren't engaged in such a good movie) and paid for their own rooms at other hotels.