Jamal Lewis bankruptcy rescheduled
Jamal Lewis' bankruptcy hearing has been postponed because the former NFL running back had not submitted the required financial records for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to Reuters.
Lewis did not meet with court officials, nor did he submit his financial records, after claiming $14.4 million in debts and $10.5 million in assets. Because of that, there had been a proposal to dismiss his case or convert it to Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
David S. Weidenbaum, attorney for the bankruptcy trustee, asked for the hearing to rescheduled, saying Lewis had shown signs of complying with the regulations.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com