Mike Vick Bankruptcy Case Officially Closed … After Paying Back $17 Mil
Mike Vick is formally from the hole– a judge has actually closed the book on his insolvency case after the ex-NFL star repaid more than $17 million in financial obligation.
Vick applied for Chapter 11 back in 2008 after the notorious dog-fighting scandal– when he lost his NFL wage and a number of rewarding recommendation offers. Vick owed roughly $176 MILLION to lots of lenders.
But, Vick busted his ass to settle his financial obligations since he was restored with the Eagles in2009 He supposedly made almost $50 million in NFL wage in his 2nd stint in the league.
According to the docs, the arrearage was owed to Bank of America (associated to among his homes), BMW monetary services, and his friendly community tax collector.
Vick made his last payment back in November– and now a judge has actually formally closed the case, giving Vick’s discharge and last decree.