White Mormon woman, Kathleen Nimmo Lynch, has been revealed as the alleged mistress of actress Nia Long’s longtime fiancé Ime Udoka.
According to US Weekly, Kathleen was recently confirmed to be Ime’s alleged mistress. The Celtics service manager, 34, is reportedly a devout Mormon who’s married with three children. The team’s former team executive director of basketball operations, Danny Ainge, landed her the job prior to his departure in 2021 as the two had been friends before he left.
“The good thing is that everyone regrets what happened and is taking responsibility, and humbled, and trying to fight for their families and lives back,” an insider claimed.
In September, news broke that Ime, the now-suspended Celtics head coach, allegedly cheated on Nia with a then-unnamed employee. The alleged affair was described as a consensual “intimate relationship,” but the staffer accused Ime of making “unwanted comments towards her.” As such, the Celtics conducted several interviews and decided to suspend him for the 2022-2023 NBA season due to “violations of team policies.”
Days later, it was shockingly revealed that the employee had arranged Nia’s travel plans for away games and helped her move to Boston–a big move she made with her now 11-year-old son Kez Sunday Ime just two weeks before the explosive news.
“The outpouring of love and support from family, friends, and the community during this difficult time means so much to me. I ask that my privacy be respected as I process the recent events. Above all, I am a mother and will continue to focus on my children,” Nia said in a statement regarding the controversy.
Paparazzi has since caught up with the Brooklyn native, who told them she had “no comment” when asked if she would work it out with her beau.
Fellow veteran actor and comedian Marlon Wayans even gave his unsolicited thoughts on the scandal, advising Nia to “work it out” with Ime.