Michael Vick thought that his worries were over when his Dog fight- trial wrapped and he got just a slap on the wrist (18 months). Well, not according to the Royal bank of Canada.
The bank up north has filed a 2.3 million dollar law suit on Sept. 20th, claiming that Vick was given a credit line of 2.5 million dollars from their 'Global Private Banking office' located in NYC. According to court docs, he used the cash to invest in some real estate "which is not a primary residence".
They went as far as to say that; as of Sept.19, Vick owed exactally $2,313,694.37. They also wish for $499.00 for interest and legal fees.
I thought when you were rich, you were supposed to handle the creditors...Looks like more (doo doo) for Vick.