Former NFL Player Faces Lawsuit Over $53k Gambling Debt

  • Kroy Biermann allegedly owes the money to the Baha Mar Casino in the Bahamas
  • The plaintiff says it extended a $100,000 line of credit to the former NFL linebacker
  • Biermann has accused his soon-to-be former wife of having a gambling problem
Baha Mar resort
Former NFL linebacker Kroy Biermann has been sued for allegedly failing to pay a $52,500 gambling debt he accumulated at a casino in the Bahamas. [Image:]

Former NFL player turned reality television star Kroy Biermann is facing a lawsuit over a $52,500 casino debt. He allegedly owes this money to the Baha Mar Casino in the Bahamas. The plaintiff also wants to recoup legal fees and interest.

Sky Warrior, the company that looks after the property’s credit lines, claims in the lawsuit that the former linebacker borrowed $100,000 in November 2021 to gamble at the facility. He never repaid $52,500 worth of chip markers, according to the complaint.

Kroy Biermann was an outside linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons between 2008 and 2015. He briefly joined the Buffalo Bills before getting cut in 2016.

Biermann isn’t the only one who seemingly has accumulated significant gambling losses. He has accused his soon-to-be ex-wife of having a gambling problem. During recent divorce proceedings, Biermann claimed that she spent “substantial time and marital funds on gambling and other games of chance.”

reportedly owe more than $1m to the IRS for unpaid taxes

In an episode of the “Don’t Be Tardy” reality television show that followed their lives, Kim Zolciak admitted to having lost a “quarter of a million dollars” gambling in the Bahamas. Both individuals reportedly owe more than $1m to the IRS for unpaid taxes.

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