*Exclusive* Isiah Thomas in Psych Ward

- By Bossip Staff Categories: News, Rocks

Posted by Bossip Staff

According to Livesteez, the 911 call from the night Isiah felt like ending it all has been released, also confirmation on him being admitted to the psyche ward.

Isiah Thomas was confirmed as the person found passed out in his home from an alleged overdose. Now, a newly released police report indicates the person who called 911 about an overdose at Thomas’ home believed the victim had stopped breathing. “Upon my arrival I assisted (another officer) who was administering O2 to (name withheld) lying on the kitchen floor,” the report said. It does not say who made the call. Authorities have not publicly identified Thomas as the accidental overdose victim, but a person familiar with the case, speaking on condition of anonymity because the police report had not been released, confirmed to the AP that it was Thomas. The report also says the patient was taken to White Plains Hospital and that someone gave “a witness deposition” about the episode. The town of Harrison cited “unwanted invasion of personal privacy” as the reason for redacting the names from the police report.

In the report, a police officer says he went to the former Knicks coach’s home in the Purchase section of Harrison around midnight Oct. 23 in response to a report of “(name withheld) not breathing.”

This man has some demons. SMH

We’ll keep you updated on his situation.



  • Hannibal (NAA MEK MI VEX, MON!)

  • shyhomie

    Man Isiah!! What’s going on dog? You really didn’t blame your daughter did you?

  • Hannibal (NAA MEK MI VEX, MON!)



    …and he didn’t succeed? DAMN!

  • always knew


  • FoxxyBriMax

    That’s too bad

  • tori

    This story is a week old. Isiah claimed that the ambulance was at his home for his 17 year old daughter.

    He refused to admit that he tried to commit suicide. He is a piece of crap for blaming it on his daughter. What a pathetic asshol*. A father is suppose to protect his children, not bring shame upon them to cover your own ass.

    He should of finished the damn job.

  • PsychRN

    Suicide is nothing to joke about. Men are more likely to die from their suicidal gestures than women. Black men are the most underserved population in recieving psychiatric help. At least he has the financial means to get help, hope his familiy and friends support his recovery

  • msgoodie goodie

    He refused to admit that he tried to commit suicide. He is a piece of crap for blaming it on his daughter. What a pathetic asshol*. A father is suppose to protect his children, not bring shame upon them to cover your own ass.


    where did you read this

    first time hearing such story

    thats some serious accusation –

    cuz isiah dosent appear to me that he

    will put his CHILDREN in danger to cover

    himself – what would he have to loose

    he is an accomplish man

  • msgoodie goodie

    what would he have to loose

    * what would he gain*

  • tori


    NBA | Police tout “cover-up” in Isiah Thomas overdose

    A suburban police chief likened the conflicting accounts of an accidental overdose at Isiah Thomas’ home to a “cover-up” and rebuked the…

    By The Associated Press

    NEW YORK — A suburban police chief likened the conflicting accounts of an accidental overdose at Isiah Thomas’ home to a “cover-up” and rebuked the former New York Knicks coach Saturday for saying it was his teenage daughter who required treatment.

    “It wasn’t his daughter,” Harrison Police Chief David Hall told The Associated Press. “And why they’re throwing her under the bus is beyond my ability to understand.”

    Authorities were called early Friday to Thomas’ Westchester County home, where police said a 47-year-old man was taken to the hospital and treated for an overdose of sleeping pills. Several media outlets reported that police confirmed it was Thomas who went to the hospital.

    But reached on his cellphone Friday, the 47-year-old NBA great told the New York Post he had not been treated for a sleeping pill overdose, and that it was 17-year-old daughter Lauren who had a medical issue.

    It “wasn’t an overdose,” he told the newspaper. “My daughter is very down right now. None of us are OK.”

    Hall forcefully refuted Thomas’ statement.

    “My cops … know the difference between a 47-year-old black male and a young black female,” Hall said.

    “These people should learn something from Richard Nixon — it’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up,” he added.

    Voice mails and text messages from the AP were left on Thomas’ cellphone Saturday. Messages left earlier with Thomas’ publicist and two of his attorneys were not returned.

    Thomas’ 20-year-old son, Joshua, lashed out at Hall’s comments.

    “Saying that someone is being thrown under the bus when you are talking about health issues is disrespectful,” the Indiana University student wrote in a text to the New York Daily News.

    Police were classifying the case as an “accidental drug overdose” on “a number” of prescription sleeping pills, Hall said.

    The developments are the latest drama in what has been a difficult year for Thomas.

    He was fired as the Knicks’ coach April 18 after a season of dreadful basketball, a sexual harassment lawsuit and unending chants from fans demanding his dismissal. Still, he was retained by the organization as an adviser and consultant.


    • Lacking depth in the frontcourt, Charlotte was depending on Sean May’s healthy return from knee surgery to fill the gaping hole at power forward. But after watching an unfit May lumber through eight exhibition games collecting more fouls (22) than rebounds (21), coach Larry Brown believes the Bobcats will have to fill the position by committee.

    “Right now I don’t think he’s ready to play at all,” Brown said of May Saturday. “I think he’s trying, but I don’t think he’s in the kind of shape to be able to compete on this level.”

    May has played in just 58 of a possible 246 games since he was selected 13th overall in the 2005 draft.

    • Portland exercised fourth-year options on the contracts of LaMarcus Aldridge, guards Sergio Rodriguez and Brandon Roy, and the third-year option on Greg Oden. The moves keep all four players under contract through the 2009-10 season.

    • New Orleans has exercised one-year team options on former first-round draft picks Hilton Armstrong and Julian Wright. The moves add a fourth season to Armstrong’s contract and a third to Wright’s.

    Copyright © 2008 The Seattle Times Company

  • msgoodie goodie



    still dont beleive it

  • tori


    I live in New York. It was all over the news the whole week. Isiah said it was his daughter. check the story yesterday at NBA.Com

  • Special K

    @msgoodie goodie

    What else do you need to believe it. I think he is under pressure and sense it was a bothced attempt he wants to deflect the attention from himself onto someone else which only proves that again he is not ready to face his demons and get help for hisself it is ntohing wrong with going to someone and talking about things if that’s what you need to do. He needs to put his pride on the side and get the help he needs.

  • Sawyer

    Demons?!? Yeah he had about 15 of them…there called The New York Knicks!

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