MIAMI (AP) -- The mother of a private chef for a Miami Heat player is asking anyone with information about his shooting death to talk to police.
Antaun Teasley died June 10 during an altercation in the VIP section of Mansion Nightclub on Miami Beach. He was well known as a private chef for several Heat and Miami Dolphins players, as well as tennis star Serena Williams and hip-hop producer Timbaland.
On Tuesday, Teasley's mother Janice Edwards urged anyone with information to step forward.
The Miami Herald reports that Teasley's twin brother filed a wrongful death lawsuit last week against Mansion. The lawsuit claims Mansion has a history of "violent crime" and questions how a weapon got inside the nightclub.
Anyone with information is asked to call Miami Beach police.