LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden has filed a second lawsuit in Arkansas over the management of his finances.
The former University of Arkansas football standout initially filed a lawsuit in June against Michael Vick, a family friend who served as McFadden’s business manager and financial adviser. McFadden alleges Vick misappropriated millions of dollars and mishandled his duties.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported that McFadden filed a lawsuit Friday in Little Rock against Ameriprise Financial Services Inc., the company Vick worked for when he managed McFadden’s finances.
The suit alleges the company was negligent and actively concealed Vick’s actions as he “manipulated” McFadden to seize control over his professional income, assets and retirement savings.
Vick has denied all allegations.
Vick is not the former NFL player of the same name incarcerated for his involvement in a dog fighting ring.