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Dwight Freeney's financial adviser and her lover were arrested on charges of stealing $2.2 million from the Indianapolis Colts' defensive end.
Eva Weinberg and Michael Stern were arrested last week by the FBI on federal wire fraud charges.
Henry Bell, an attorney for Stern, denied that his client and Weinberg stole the money from Freeney.
Weinberg, who served as Freeney's financial adviser for the past two years, posted $225,000 bond.
Freeney, 32, has spent his entire career with the Colts, amassing 102.5 sacks in 149 games.
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Normally, financial advisers are the ones you depend on to help efficiently manage your funds, especially NFL players who usually possess large amounts of cash.
According to reports from TMZ and Black Sports Online, $2.2 million dollars has been stolen over a period of time from Freeney by his financial advisers. The complete details from TMZ and BSO are below:
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