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VY needed loan for $300k bday party?

Vince Young is in financial trouble and in the middle of a legal battle. His former financial adviser says Young needed a loan to throw himself an expensive birthday party.

Ex-adviser: Vince Young needed 300K loan for party

DALLAS -- The former financial adviser for ex-NFL quarterback Vince Young said under oath that he arranged a high-interest, seven-figure loan for Young during the 2011 lockout because the player wanted to throw himself a 300,000 birthday party even though he was running low on funds. Ronnie Peoples, president and CEO of Peoples Financial Service Inc. in Raleigh, N.C., said during...

Former financial says Vince Young once took out a loan to throw himself a $300K birthday party

Money issues and Vince Young have become synonymous. Especially when you hear of stories of him spending $5,000 a week at The Cheesecake Factory. Young blames his money woes on his former agent and financial adviser for his money woes and has sued them both for misappropriating millions of Young’s money. And what happens once you sue someone? That’s right, depositions happen...

Vince Young Needed Seven-Figure Loan to Throw His Own Birthday Party, Former Financial Advisor Says

DALLAS — The former financial adviser for ex-NFL quarterback Vince Young said under oath that he arranged a high-interest, seven-figure loan for Young during the 2011 lockout because the player wanted to throw himself a $300,000 birthday party even though he was running low on funds. Ronnie Peoples, president and CEO of Peoples Financial Service Inc. in Raleigh, N.C., said during...

Ex Financial Adviser Says Vince Young Took Out $300k Loan For Birthday Party

Unemployed Vince Young is on the doorsteps of financial ruin, and a ton of his decisions are the reason why.  Young was sued during the past off-season for a lockout loan he never paid back. This newest news will not look for Vince.  Per a local Dallas CBS affiliate, they are reporting that a ex financial adviser of Young is spilling the beans on a $300,000 loan Young took out...

Vince Young once allegedly spent $300,000 on his birthday party

Many have wondered how former University of Texas quarterback Vince Young could end up being broke after signing a massive NFL contract at the age of 23. Well, this latest story told by a former financial advisor of Young's may help shed some light on the matter.Young, the quarterback who’s currently out of the NFL but was the third overall pick of the Titans in the 2006 NFL...

How Vince Young Spent $300,000 On His Birthday Party

We found out last year that Vince Young is in a spot of financial trouble by virtue of being generally dumb with money, coupled with reckless spending habits. The usual recipe disaster with pro athletes. It’s gotten so bad that VY is suing his former agent and financial planner, claiming they took out a $1.9 million loan in his name and spent the money on themselves. Well, obviously...

Vince Young: The Man, the Myth, the Moron

Vince Young returned to the news this week, but will he ever return to the NFL? Scott Kacsmar examines a confusing career full of comebacks and clowning.

Vince Young once took out a loan for a $300K birthday party

In my lifetime, I've never spent a huge amount of money on a birthday party but it appears that current Buffalo Bills quarterback Vince Young once attempted to drop six figures on himself for his birthday back in 2011 and possibly asked for a loan to help throw it. The news of the expensive six-figure party came to the forefront because of a lawsuit that Vince filed against...

Report: Vince Young Took Out a $300k Loan To Throw Himself a Birthday Party

I would like to say I am surprised by this, but I would be lying to you. Vince Young claims about $26 million of his money is missing and is blaming his financial advisers for the lost. As you can imagine his financial advisers tell a different tale. There are a lot of lawsuits going on including a $1.7 million judgement against Young for a lockout loan. One of his advisers under...

Vince Young Took Out A Loan So He Could Drop $300,000 On a Birthday Party

By now, you’ve heard of the financial plight of former Titans and Eagles quarterback Vince Young. Tales of his lavish spending — some possibly unsubstantiated, to be sure — include weekly $5,000 spending sprees at Cheesecake Factory, $6,000 TG.I. Friday’s tabs, and $600 Remy Martin shots at Morton’s after games, which is why he can currently be seen attending class at the...

Vince Young reportedly needed loan to throw himself $300,000 birthday party

Vince Young is in poor financial shape. That much we know. The former Tennessee Titans quarterback blew around $60 million in career earnings and is now in a dispute with his former financial adviser. The adviser claims Young took out an extremely high-interest loan during the NFL Lockout because he needed finances. Young claims he didn’t really know what he was signing — that...

Brain Surgeon Vince Young may have taken out a $300k loan to pay for a birthday party

Most people quit with the whole big party for their birthday thing after they, you know, grow up. According to former financial adviser to Vince Young, Ronnie Peoples...not Vince: The former... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com

Financial adviser says Vince Young got a $300,000 loan for a party

Some quarterbacks take a couple of seasons to develop their skills. Some quarterbacks never develop their skills. Some quarterbacks burst onto the scene and take the league by storm.   Vince Young, third overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft, falls in the latter.   He had led the Texas Longhorns to a Rose Bowl [...]
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