FOX Sports has learned the company that owns the Los Angeles Clippers has stopped using its brand in the United Kingdom.
The move follows a two-year investigation that uncovered a potential breach in the company’s systems that could have been used to steal sensitive personal data including names, addresses and credit card numbers.
The LA Clippers have been owned by Comcast since 2001.
Comcast has been a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump and has donated millions of dollars to Democrats.
The team has long had ties to Comcast, as the team plays in one of the nation’s biggest cable providers.
In March, the Clippers announced they would be switching to Comcast SportsNet LA for the 2018-19 season.
The NBA announced this week it would also stop using the Clippers’ brand on its social media pages.