NFL Player’s Home Health Company Closes After Employee Theft Charge

A home health care agency owned by former Denver Broncos offensive lineman Ryan Harris closed its doors in the weeks following an arrest of a company employee, reports Denver Post.  

While the theft charge against home care aid Allicia Baldwin, 22, brought negative attention to the Harris’ company—who currently plays for the Houston Texans—one employee told the Denver Post that the business was closing due to “financial difficulties” unrelated to Baldwin’s arrest in June.

Arrest affidavits show that Baldwin stole personal belongings from the people she cared for, including laptop computers, jewelry, as well as credit cards and even prescription medications.

One woman who hired Baldwin claimed the home health aide stole more than $20,000 worth of watches, rings, bracelets, pendants and even made unauthorized purchases through her bank account. 

The NFL lineman, Harris, did not return calls seeking comment to Denver Post.

Read the Denver Post article.

Jason Oliva



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