If you thought messy tell-alls were for the new generation, think again. Basketball player, Dr. Julius Erving, better known as “Dr. J.,” is spilling the details behind the conception of his love child, tennis player, Alexandra Stevenson, now 32 years old.
In the autobiography, simply titled “Dr. J.,” Erving explains how he met Samantha Stevenson, who he describes as “a smart single woman- a pretty, white girl, a bit of a hippie giving off a vibe of availability in 1978 when she covered the Philadelphia 76ers for Sport Magazine.
And then he explained how his daughter came to be.
“She becomes someone who helps me unwind if I’m feeling high-strung or stressed. I can drive over and spend a relaxing evening that might even include oral sex,” Erving writes. “I can only remember one time that we actually had intercourse, and that was because she had just gotten this new orthodontia to straighten her teeth. With wire and gleaming metal bristling in her mouth, oral sex was not an option.”
So, in other words. Dr. J. is saying homegirl would have typically swallowed that seed.
Dr. J. has said that he felt terrible in 1999 when his daughter was playing in the semifinals at Wimbledon and news of his affair with Samantha leaked and unleashed a firestorm.
“I’ve paid a terrible price for my sins and there is some justice in that. But should Alexandra have had to pay a price? What sin did she commit?”
That much is true, Alexandra didn’t do anything. But I’m wondering how Dr. J. sharing the details of her conception is going to keep the attention of his daughter.