Ravens' Bryant McKinnie Denies He Owes Miami Strip Clubs $375,000
Former Miami Hurricanes All-American and NFL player Bryant McKinnie denies he owes money to two Miami strip clubs despite a lawsuit filed by Charles "Pop" Young, the father of rapper Trick Daddy. Young's suit alleges that McKinnie failed to pay on a $375,000 strip club tab.
McKinnie, who won a national championship with the 'Canes in 2001 and currently plays for the Baltimore Ravens, says the lawsuit is bogus.
"I got no papers, I was never served," McKinnie told the Baltimore Sun. "I just called my lawyer about this because this is a bogus story. I just read the article. He was working at those places and he's tried to borrow money from me. People can put anything out there. What strip club gives you a $375,000 tab? It just sounds stupid to me. I've never heard of this in my life. This is bogus to me. For it to be even reported is stupid to me."
Young, who was formerly the manager of King of Diamonds and currently runs Diamond's Gentlemen Club and Queen of Diamonds, claims that McKinnie ran up the tab and had agreed to pay back the IOU but never made good on the promise.
NBC Miami first reported on the lawsuit, and says that the lawsuit includes an alleged promissory note in which McKinnie made arrangements to pay back the debt.
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