Chris Bosh #1 of the Miami Heat reacts to a play during a game against the Houston Rockets at American Airlines Arena on November 1, 2015 in Miami, Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

As NBA power forward Chris Bosh contemplates a career comeback, he is at the center of an unusual story right now. TMZ broke the news that a property owned by Bosh in DeSoto, Texas was the subject of a police drug raid as it has “all the hallmarks” of a drug trafficking den. Per TMZ, DeSoto police found the presence of iron gates and security cameras protecting the site suspicious before conducting a sting operation.

Bosh’s mother Freida is listed as a suspect in a crack and heroin operation that was supposedly running out of the DeSoto property. Bosh himself is not suspected of any wrongdoing, as he owns the property but does not live on it. Police say they found drug paraphernalia and mail addressed to Freida in trash bags left out on the property, which were collected and searched by an undercover officer.

Bosh, 33, has an estimated net worth of $50 million after a lengthy NBA career with the Toronto Raptors and Miami Heat. Forbes ranked him 55 on the list of highest paid professional athletes in 2017. Bosh did not play much basketball in 2017, as the Heat waived him for medical reasons as a consistent blood clot problem was deemed a career-ending illness. Bosh was entitled to his entire remaining guaranteed salary from a five year, $118 million contract he signed in 2014.

After one successful season at Georgia Tech, Bosh entered the hallowed 2003 NBA draft class, which also included the likes of LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade. Bosh was drafted by the Toronto Raptors and was the focal point of that franchise until 2010, putting up good numbers and leading the Raptors to multiple playoff trips. In 2010, Bosh was part of the blockbuster offseason that saw he and LeBron James leave their original teams to play with their friend Wade in Miami, forming a “super-team” that went to four straight NBA Finals, winning in 2012 against the Oklahoma City Thunder and 2013 against the San Antonio Spurs.

Again, as of right now, it seems Bosh has no connection to whatever is happening in this property he owns. The 11-time NBA All-Star is said to be in good health and wants to attempt an NBA comeback, but nothing has happened on that front just yet.