Found December 28, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Just when Dez Bryant was telling everyone all his off-field problems were over, a report says he may get served with a lawsuit for allegedly failing to pay a debt.
The Boston Herald says “Endurance Capital Fund, a NY-based micro-finance company, is alleging that Bryant borrowed $100,000 and has refused to repay the full amount owed. The debt is now over one year past due, and Bryant currently owes more than $50,000.”
Endurance Capital Fund reportedly works with athletes to help them purchase luxury items. The report says Dez has avoided being served in Texas, so the company may try to serve him when he’s in town for the Giants-Cowboys game this weekend.
Given Bryant’s history of financial issues, this report should come as no surprise. We wrote in September that Dez might need a new contract just to pay his debts. That seems a lot more legitimate given this suit.
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