Warren Sapp files for bankruptcy, reports over $6 million in debt

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on April 11, 2012

A former defensive lineman for the Tampa Bay Bucaneers, Warren Sapp, has announced that he has filed for bankruptcy protection.

Although Sapp made over a million dollars during his football career as well as his television personality career, the court documents state that this money is now dwindling down and that he owes nearly $6.7 million in back child support and to other creditors.

The documents also state that his assets total to $6.4 million and this includes a $6,500 collection of Nike Air Jordan tennis shoes. His assets will be liquidated in order to pay the child support and alimony that he owes. His payments are nearly $75,000 a month.

If you or a loved one has been considering bankruptcy as way to get out of debt, this is a stressful time for you and your family. Contact the Milwaukee personal bankruptcy lawyers of DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC by calling 414-377-0518 in order to discuss your options.

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