Shaquille O'Neal accused of tracking woman's car

Basketball star and rap anti-legend Shaquille O'Neal retired from the game earlier this year, but if a lawsuit from a friend accusing O'Neal of tracking his ex-wife's car with the help of law enforcement friends is any indication, Hack-a-Shaq is still on.

According to RadarOnline, former pal Shawn Darling said O'Neal was so worried in 2009 that his wife Shaunie was meeting with his alleged mistress that he put a GPS tracker on her car, and found out where she had been driving:

"At some point O'Neal had his wife's car wired and hired 'Guidepoint,' a company to place a GPS tracking system on her car to track her movements and her whereabouts.

Darling goes on to contend that O'Neal, who has said he wanted to work in law enforcement, had friends in the Miami-Dade police department discredit Darling, among other nefarious sorta-crime.

The complaints come from a suit Darling launched in 2010 against O'Neal — and that a Miami judge had ordered dismissed last month for being generally unacshaqtable. Can't people spend their retired years in peace?