Barkley Repays $400,000 Casino Debt; Says He Will Stop Gambling For Now

June 2008
Jet;6/9/2008, Vol. 113 Issue 22, p32
The article reports that former National Basketball Association player Charles Barkley has paid his $400,000 gabling debt. The article talks about how Barkley was sued by a Las Vegas, Nevada, casino when he failed to pay the gabling loans, that the civil lawsuit remains open, and that he will have to pay $40,000 to settle the case.


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