Vince Young forced to sell stuff due to past debt


Vince Young may still have eyes on returning to the NFL but on Monday it was deputies from Harris County who entered his home to inventory his belongings.

KHOU 11 News has confirmed three constables with Harris County Precinct 5 visited his home in the 12000 block of Legend Manor in Southwest Houston to enforce a $1.7 million lawsuit against him. They took an inventory of his possessions—furniture, jewelry, artwork, to tally up how much it’s all worth.

Young will be allowed to keep $60,000 in personal property as exemptions but the rest will be auctioned at public auction to satisfy the judgement against him.

The $1.7 million was from a high-risk loan Young took out during the 2011 NFL lockout from the New-York firm Pro Player Funding. Young defaulted on the loan and the company obtained a judgement against him in July 2012.

Sean Bellew, attorney for Pro Player Funding,  said they were well within their rights, and pursued this avenue as a last resort after a year has past since the judgement.