Gregg Popovich Addresses Lawsuit Filed Against Spurs’ Joshua Primo

Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich spoke on Friday about the lawsuit filed a day earlier by a former team psychologist against former franchise and former player Joshua Primo alleging incidents of indecent exposure, which he claims the Spurs ignored and tried to cover up. Popovich said he stands by the statement the franchise released in response

Dr. Hillary Cowten, a licensed, certified clinical psychologist, said Primo—who resigned from the Spurs on Oct. 28—exposed his genitals to her nine times during their one-on-one sessions, according to treatment. Cauthen, who began a contract with the Spurs in September 2021, first reported Primo’s behavior in January and later made “multiple complaints” to multiple people in San Antonio leadership, including general manager Brian Wright. March and Deputy General Counsel Brandon James and Chief Human Resources Officer Kara Allen in May regarding alleged sexual misconduct.

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