Bank sues Albert Haynesworth for not re-paying loan
That $10,000 the Washington Redskins fined Albert Haynesworth for no-showing last week at the team’s mandatory minicamp could come in handy right about now.
Haynesworth could use it to pay off the $2.38 million loan he got from Clayton Bank & Trust in Tennessee. The Knoxville News Sentinel reports that Haynesworth has failed to make payments on the loan that was made 12 months ago.
Per the report, the sides entered into an extension agreement and Haynesworth has still failed to make payments. Maybe he’s treating the bank like the Redskins – he’ll take the money and provide nothing (or little) in return.
The lawsuit filed seeks more than $2.4 million – which includes unpaid interest and late charges Haynesworth has been racking up. It’s a potentially stunning development considering Haynesworth received $21 million from the Redskins on April 1.
The News Sentinel was unable to reach Haynesworth. You’d hope he has a good explanation for why he’s taken out loans that he’s made no apparent effort to re-pay.
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