According to court documents related to his bankruptcy case, Nevin Shapiro is set to be reimbursed $83,000 by the University of Miami related to expenses incurred in various violations across their athletics programs.
That number includes $3,000 in penalties levied by the NCAA on eleven current Miami athletes who received money from Shapiro. The payment also officially completes the university's obligations in Shapiro's bankruptcy case.
Shapiro, a prominent Miami booster currently serving a 30-year sentence for operating a $900 million Ponzi scheme.
Miami is still under investigation due to the allegations levied by Shapiro in a tell-all interview with Yahoo! Sports reporter Charles Robinson. From prison, where he is serving time for his role in a $930 million Ponzi scheme, Shapiro outlined many violations that took place between himself and athletes on the Miami football and basketball teams between 2002 and 2010.