BankruptcyEx-Timberwolves player forced to seek bankruptcy

July 11, 2016

Former player for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Christian Laettner, is likely to find himself in bankruptcy court after his creditors took legal actions to recover the funds owed to them by Laettner, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

According to reports, the 46-year-old Laettner has to settle $14.05 million worth of debt to his creditors. At least five of his creditors, including National Servicing & Administration, have initiated involuntary bankruptcy proceedings to force him to file for bankruptcy. Legal counsel for Laettner confirmed that they are currently negotiating with creditors to pay them back. Laettner was struck with overwhelming financial problems from his real estate business after retiring from the NBA.

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