A Georgia judge initially ordered Caffey to the clink in 2007 after he got $100K behind in support payments to Lorunda Brown, the mother of one of his sons. That order was subsequently put on hold when the baller cried broke and filed for bankruptcy.
Brown's lawyer now wants to know, penny by penny, where all of Caffey's jack went -- including the $35 million that he made in his last NBA contract.
Monday, June 9, 2008
Jason Caffey Broke, Has Good Swimmers
TMZ reports that one of former Chicago Bull Jason Caffey's 8 baby mamas (10 kids) is looking for answers as to how he blew through all his NBA loot in crying bankrupcy after falling $100K behind on child support.