South Bend bank sues Falcons quarterback Vick

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, who pleaded guilty last month to federal dog fighting charges, has been sued by 1st Source Bank in South Bend over claims that his company hasn’t repaid more than $2 million in loans.

The loans to Divine Seven LLC, a Georgia company, were made to finance vehicles for a car rental firm in the Atlanta area, according to the South Bend Tribune. Loan documents list Vick as the chief financial officer of Divine Seven.

The suit was filed Sept. 26 in U.S. District Court in South Bend. 1st Source finances car rental agencies around the country.

A judge has ordered Vick to be confined to his Hampton, Va., home after Vick tested positive for marijuana this month.

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