Because he’s still repaying the $10-50 Million in debt that caused him to file bankruptcy right before coming home from his bid, Mike Vick still has to report all of his income to the courts on a quarterly basis.
And according to TMZ, even in bankruptcy, Mike is seeing the kinds of checks T.O. dreams about.
From July – Sept., 2011, Vick earned $11,781,848.68.
Here’s how the big stuff breaks down. On Sept. 13th, the Philadelphia Eagles sent Vick a check for $5,838,883.57. On the same day, the Eagles sent him another check for a measly $349,464.54. On Sept. 20th, Vick got another check from the Eagles for $359,484.99. And on Sept. 27, the Eagles sent him another $340,012.13. In September alone, the Eagles, sent him around $6.8 million.
But Vick is fueling the American economy as well, because his expenses are humongous. Between July – Sept., 2011, Vick spent $6,636,805.73. Of that, $47,500 went to alimony and child support. And the dreaded lawyers and accountants got $1,372,070 for bankruptcy services. Vick’s living expenses, not including his mortgage, are $73,000.
Oh yeah, the whole government thing — $4,873,290.91 in taxes.
Dayum, one-man bailout! We better NEVER hear this dude cry broke again.