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Who Antonio Brown owes $3 million to per bankruptcy filing
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Who Antonio Brown owes $3 million to per bankruptcy filing

TAMPA, Fla. (BVM) – Ex-NFL star wide receiver Antonio Brown, who made $80 million in his 12-year NFL career, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a Florida court on Monday. 

Brown owes $2.93 million to eight creditors, according to bankruptcy records per the New York Times. He claimed assets worth just $50,000 or less. 

Chapter 11 bankruptcy “allows businesses and individuals to reorganize their finances while being protected from creditors.” 

Who does Antonio Brown owe money to? 

Much of Brown’s debt stems from his past legal troubles. In bankruptcy documents, he listed at least four people who sued him for six figures but were never paid, according to The Western Journal. 

Brown owes $1.2 million to Anton Tumanov – a moving truck driver who sued him for an alleged assault in 2020, per the Times Union. Brown failed to attend any of the hearings, so the court ordered him to pay Tumanov $407,000 for past and future medical expenses, as well as $793,000 for past and future pain and suffering.    

Brown listed the money he owes to KCB Marketing, which sued him in 2021 after he supposedly didn’t pay commission on more than $2 million in earnings, per Bleacher Report. The marketing firm was seeking at least $100,000 in damages from Brown. 

Another debt listed included the $29,000 that Brown owes to a contractor who worked for him at a concert in 2023, according to Bleacher Report. 

Interestingly enough, Brown supposedly can’t pay a $296 bill to a plumber. But, CornThicket has already agreed to pay off this portion of Brown’s debt. 

He also listed hundreds of thousands of dollars in credit card debt. 

Brown’s bankruptcy filing marks the continuation of his long-running financial struggles. The filing does not appear to show any possible debts to the Albany Empire football league for unpaid bills. It also does not appear to list the former players who had their checks removed from their bank accounts during his notorious ownership, the Times Union reported. 

Brown is hoping that some of his debts can be paid off with the help of his two million followers on X. 

“I’m broke,” tweeted Brown on X, alongside his CashApp handle. 

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