Bryant McKinnie sued for nearly $400 K in strip club bills

Mitch Stringer-US PRESSWIRE

Ravens offensive tackle Bryan McKinnie is dealing with more financial problems after being sued for $375,000 in strip club bills.

Raves offense tackle Bryant McKinnie is currently being sued for $375,000 in strip club bills. NBCMiami.com is reporting that strip club owner Charles "Pop" Young filed a lawsuit against McKinnie Monday afternoon.

McKinnie allegedly ran up the $375,000 bill between February 2009 and September 2010. Young is the owner of multiple adult establishments throughout the Miami area, and wants McKinnie to pay the money Young claims McKinnie owes him.

This is not McKinnie's first problem with financials. The offensive lineman needed a $4.5 million loan to get through last season's lockout, and the Ravens are currently claiming half of his net wages to pay back the company that lent him the money. The Ravnes started garnishing his wages after McKinnie missed a payment on his loans, and the company that loaned him the $4.5 million filed suit.

Since McKinnie needed the loan during a lockout that did not cost the player's any games, his financial situation appears to be precarious, and he may have difficulty paying off this alleged debt as well.

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