Dez Bryant, his advisor face civil suit
Dez Bryant is declared that he is ready for a breakout season with the Dallas Cowboys, but when the NFL gets going he’ll still have a ridiculous offseason following him.
Bryant and his advisor David Wells, a bail bondsman in the Dallas areas, face a civil suit that will go to court on Jan. 9, 2012, according to Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News. They have been sued by Eleow Hunt, who claims that Bryant and Wells have still not re-paid him for some $600,000 in jewelry, tickets to sporting events and loans.
So much for Bryant’s claim last month that he had taken care of all of the creditors trailing him. His wacky offseason began when he was temporarily banned from a Dallas-area mall for not pulling his pants up.
Maybe Bryant and Wells can “take care” of this matter before it goes to trial.
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