Daniela Rajic is Paul George’s girlfriend. The couple has two children together. Their first child, a daughter named Olivia, was born on May 1, 2013. They had their second child in 2017.
Rajic, a former stripper, used to work at Tootsie’s Cabaret in Miami before meeting George. Back before the birth of their first child, there were rumors that George allegedly offered to pay Rajic $1 million to have an abortion.
After a custody battle in 2014, the couple came finalized a “joint parenting, joint decision-making” resolution, according to the New York Post. George’s reps denied those rumors. Despite this legal battle over their first child, the couple reconciled and had a second child in 2017.
In 2018, opted out of his contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder to enter free agency. In 2017, Terez Owens reported that a source told them to ‘buy stock in George heading to L.A.’:
“You should buy stock in George heading to L.A. The vibe I’ve gotten from talking to Daniela over the past few weeks is that she wants to live in Los Angeles permanently. She’s pushing for them to raise their family there. PG has to do what’s best for him and his family. He’s from L.A. so I feel like he’s always wanted to play with them.”
Paul George, born May 2, 1990, is a professional basketball player who has played for the Indiana Pacers, Oklahoma City Thunder, and the United States men’s national team.
George played high school basketball for Knight High School before playing college basketball at Fresno State. He was selected by the Indiana Pacers with the 10th overall pick of the 2010 NBA draft.
In 2013, George was named the NBA Most Improved Player and earned his first All-Star selection. However, George suffered a broken leg the following year while competing for a roster spot on the United States national team. While he missed most of the 2014–15 season, he recovered to become an All-Star again in 2016.
In 2017, George was traded from the Indiana Pacers to the Oklahoma City Thunder to play alongside Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony. After their first-round playoff exit, it was clear the experiment failed, leading George to become a free agent in 2018.