Found June 03, 2012 on Speleb:

Terrell Owens, whose life has become a reality show without the big network payout, is threatening to sue the Allen Wranglers by Tuesday if he doesn’t receive a public apology and more than $160,000.

Owens claims the Indoor Football League team breached his contract when they bounced him for allegedly skipping a children's hospital visit.

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