NBA Playoffs 2012, Nuggets Vs. Lakers: Woman Who Ran Onto Court Wasn't Stalking Kenyon Martin

During Game 4 between the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets on Sunday night, a woman -- now identified as Savannah McMillan-Christmas -- wandered out onto the floor while the ball was live. She was quickly escorted out and later charged with trespassing. Many reports following the incident suggested that McMillan-Christmas had stalked Kenyon Martin in the past. However, Pepsi Center officials say that is not true.

Several media outlets, citing Yahoo Sports, reported that McMillan-Christmas may have previously stalked former Nuggets player Kenyon Martin. The Associated Press quoted a security guard who said she asked "Where's Kenyon?" when she was stopped.

[Pepsi Center chief marketing officer Kurt Schwartzkopf] said today that a report that McMillan-Christmas had been previously banned from the Pepsi Center was "not true."

Related: VIDEO: Woman Wanders Onto Court During Lakers-Nuggets Game

The Lakers-Nuggets series resumes on Tuesday night in L.A.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more on these teams, visit Nuggets blog Denver Stiffs and Lakers blog Silver Screen and Roll. Head over to SB Nation NBA for more news and notes on the 2012 NBA Playoffs.

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