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Friday, May 22, 2009


The web seems to be buzzing with news of a 37 year old CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR who was jailed for breach of probation and theft of service warrants.

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR seems to be claiming she is pregnant with the baby of Dallas Maverciks star DIRK NOWITZKI to whom CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR is also reportidly engaged to. It seems everyone wants to see PICTURES OF DIRK NOWITSKI's GIRLFRIEND / FIANCEE CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR Here is the story behind the CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR PICTURE SEARCH

(AP) — DALLAS - A lawyer for Dirk Nowitzki says he doubts CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR's claim that she is pregnant with the Dallas Mavericks star's baby.

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR, 37, told The Dallas Morning News in an interview from jail this week that Nowitzki was her fiance and that she learned she was pregnant after CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR was arrested at his house on a probation violation and theft of services warrants.

Robert Hart, Nowitzki's Dallas-based lawyer, said in a statement released to ESPN.com on Thursday, "If in the remote instance there is any validity to this CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR's claim of pregnancy, Dirk will do whatever can be done to ensure the well-being of the child."

Don Duesler, Taylor's court-appointed lawyer, declined to comment on the CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR pregnancy issue. CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR, who authorities say has at least eight aliases, remained in jail in Beaumont on Friday.

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR said in a telephone interview with the Morning News that she and Nowitzki were to be married in July. CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR said she learned of her pregnancy after getting tested when admitted to the Dallas jail, but Hart said "we have been told" that she hadn't received a pregnancy test.

Privacy laws prevent officials from releasing medical records. Dallas County jail officials say pregnancy tests are not automatically given to prisoners but are sometimes administered if the prisoner's statements or pre-existing conditions warrant them.

After CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR's arrest on May 6, a woman identifying herself as CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR's best friend was telling media outlets that CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR was pregnant with Nowitzki's baby. That, Hart's statement says, raises questions about the claim CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR learned she was pregnant at the jail.

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR told the newspaper that she'd lived with Nowitzki for the last two years.

"I've known Dirk for seven years-and, no, I didn't tell him everything about my past because I was afraid," CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR said. "But I mean, now I'm pregnant and alone and broke because he is my only source of income."

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR told the newspaper that Nowitzki changed his phone numbers after her arrest.

Nowitzki has declined to answer questions about his relationship with CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR, but has said he's "going through a tough time in my personal life." The Mavericks said Nowitzki left Dallas for Germany on Thursday.

Hart did not immediately return a message left by The Associated Press on Friday.

The Morning News said it didn't publish CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR's interview until after a phone conversation with one of her attorneys, St. Louis-based Amy Gervich. The newspaper said that when Taylor said she was carrying Nowitzki's child, Gervich told the newspaper: "Oh, OK. That's OK." Gervich refused comment to The Associated Press on Friday.

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR was indicted in 2006 on a theft of services charge for failing to pay a Beaumont dentist for dental work ranging from $1,500 to $20,000 CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR received in 2004. CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR has a $50,000 bond set on the theft of services charge, but was also arrested for a probation violation out of St. Charles County, Missouri and is being held without bond on that charge.

CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR pleaded guilty in 1999 to two counts of forgery and two counts of felony stealing after being accused of passing bad checks through a bank. CHRISTA ANN TAYLOR had multiple five-year prison sentences suspended, Missouri prosecutors have said.

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