“The content of Miceli’s e-mails, notes and telephone calls clearly demonstrates that she is a seriously disturbed individual,” according to the suit. It further alleges that the contents have become “increasingly violent and threatening” to Jordan and his representatives.
In addition, Jordan claims Miceli has begun making calls to the husband of Jordan’s business manager at his office and threatening to contact his colleagues and left him 11 voice mails during a four-day period in January.
Jordan said if relief isn’t granted, the harassment will continue and he, his family and his representatives and members of their families are “at risk of further emotional and physical harm.”
Jordan is seeking a court ruling prohibiting Miceli from continuing to “breach her obligations” under that agreement.
He said if Miceli isn’t ordered to stop immediately, he will “suffer immediate and irreparable harm.”
Jordan, who is still involved with the NBA, is a part-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats and took over as managing member of basketball operations. He has the largest individual holding in the team after majority owner Robert L. Johnson.