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Virginia city says Michael Vick owes $70K in unpaid taxes


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Virginia city says Michael Vick owes $70K in unpaid taxes

Officials say former football star Michael Vick owes tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes on luxury cars that he owned in VirginiaDecember 12, 2019, 8:48 PM2 min readHAMPTON, Va. — Former football star Michael Vick owes tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes on luxury cars that he owned in Virginia, officials…

Officials say former football star Michael Vick owes tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes on luxury cars that he owned in Virginia

December 12, 2019, 8:48 PM

2 min read

HAMPTON, Va. —
Former football star Michael Vick owes tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes on luxury cars that he owned in Virginia, officials said.

Vick owes the city of Hampton about $70,000, officials told Daily Press of Newport News. Vick lived in Virginia after serving time in prison for running a dog-fighting operation.

Hampton Treasurer Molly Ward told the newspaper that the city has failed to reach Vick or people who have handled his affairs. She said the city has so far filed warrants for $51,900 in unpaid taxes and plans to file more.

The Daily Press said that Vick could not be reached immediately for comment.

Vick, 39, was the top overall pick in the 2001 NFL draft by Atlanta and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection during his time as the Falcons’ quarterback. His stay ended in disgrace.

Vick served 18 months in prison following his guilty plea for a dog-fighting operation in his native Virginia. He returned to play five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by short stints with the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Vick was recently named honorary co-captain for the NFL Pro Bowl, a decision that has prompted more than 700,000 people to sign a petition in protest.


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