- Associated Press - Monday, September 18, 2017

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The former financial adviser to Dallas Cowboy Darren McFadden is being ordered to pay McFadden’s attorneys because he failed to provide court-ordered information in a lawsuit by McFadden.

McFadden, a former Arkansas Razorback, is suing Michael Vick in federal court in Little Rock for allegedly misappropriating millions of dollars of McFadden’s money.

Court records first reported by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette show U.S. District Judge James Moody last Tuesday ordered Vick to pay $3,382.50 for McFadden’s attorney’s efforts to get Vick to reply to requests for information.

Vick’s attorney said in documents that he was in contact with McFadden’s attorneys and trying to negotiate a lawsuit settlement, but Moody wrote that Vick was unjustified in failing to respond to the requests.

Vick isn’t the former NFL player of the same name.

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