The Celtics Better Win. So Antoine Walker Can Pay His Debt


Drama, Drama, Drama follows former Heat and Boston Celtics  baller, Antoine Walker,  former fiance of Evelyn Lozada the chick off  the reality show, “Basketball Wives.”  He was charged with writing  millions of  worth of  rubber checks to casinos and loan officers and he hasn’t paid it back yet.  In  a Las Vegas courtroom, Walker was ordered to trial because he hasn’t made an progress in clearing his financial burdens.  See you know who is here for you when your money runs out….Your old lady left you and you are about to lose your freedom. I wonder if the Celtics were to win, would they give him some money just because? …

Antoine is now facing up to 12 years in prison if convicted for his broke antics:

The judge noted that Walker hadn’t made any progress repaying some $770,000 he owes on a promise last November to pay $905,050 in restitution, court fees and penalties. At the time, Walker forfeited toward that amount the $135,000 cash bail he posted following his arrest at a celebrity golf tournament  last July in Lake Tahoe.

Andress-Tobiasson bound Walker over for trial in Clark County District Court on three criminal bad check charges that, combined, could get him probation or send him to prison for up to 12 years if he’s convicted.

Bernie Zadrowski, head of the Clark County district attorney’s bad check unit, said outside court that Walker’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing last month in Florida complicated the Las Vegas criminal case. The prosecutor said he and Powell were still negotiating toward resolving the Nevada case without sending Walker to prison.

The charges stem from $1 million in casino markers, or gambling loans, that Walker used between July 2008 and January 2009 at Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood and the Red Rock Resort. Nevada law treats unpaid markers as bad checks, and they can be turned over to the district attorney for prosecution.

Walker’s bankruptcy filing claims $12.7 million in liabilities and $4.3 million in assets, including the 2006 NBA championship ring he won with the Miami Heat.

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  1. WOW, that’s sad! He made a lot of money in the league… SMH A fool and his money will soon part!


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