Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner and his spouse have filed for chapter in Nevada, citing as much as $50 million US in money owed to dozens of collectors.
The Chapter 7 chapter submitting affords a glimpse into the couple’s monetary issues, together with cash owed to no fewer than 50 folks and firms, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
They filed for chapter Dec. 30, months after a Wisconsin firm sued Lehner for $4 million, claiming the NHL participant and his father did not make any funds final yr on a enterprise mortgage.
Both Lehner and his father, Michael, are listed as principal members in a Nevada enterprise licence submitting for Solarcode, a restricted legal responsibility company doing enterprise in a number of states, together with Nevada and Arizona.
Solarcode in January 2022 agreed to a four-year reimbursement plan with Eclipse Service however missed its first 5 funds, main the Wisconsin firm in late June 2022 to sue in U.S. District Court in Milwaukee.
An lawyer for Lehner didn’t instantly reply Monday to a request for remark from The Associated Press.
Lehner’s money owed additionally included missed funds for a group of uncommon snakes he bought for $1.2 million in 2017, in accordance with the chapter submitting. Lehner retains the snakes at his reptile farm in Plato, Missouri.
He and his spouse, Donya, estimate their property are value as much as $10 million.
Lehner, 31, signed a five-year, $25-million contract with the Knights in 2020, however the Swedish hockey participant has spent this season recovering from hip surgical procedure.