Report: Jamal Lewis files for bankruptcy

National Football Post

Former NFL running back Jamal Lewis has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to

Lewis lists more than $14 million in assets, but more than $10 million in debts, according to the report.

Lewis' creditors include Bank Of America with a lien of $947,876, Benz for 113k, Chrysler for 15k.

He list five homes, a number of expensive cars and a $500,000 401(k), plus 50 percent ownership in a waterpark in Columbus, Ohio among his assets.

Lewis, according to the court documents, is self-employed and earns approximately $35,000 a month.

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