An Indiana bank has sued embattled Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick for not repaying loans involving a car rental business.
South Bend-based 1st Source Bank claimed in a federal lawsuit that it had suffered damages of at least two million dollars as Vick and a company called Divine Seven of Atlanta had refused to pay for the vehicles.
Vick signed loan agreements on behalf of the company, which bought at least 130 vehicles.
A phone call to a number listed on loan documents for Divine Seven was answered by a clerk at a Payless Car Rental office in Atlanta.
The bank says it has been able to repossess most of the cars, which will limit Vick's financial liability in the lawsuit.