Virginia Police have issued a warrant for Marcus Vick, the younger brother of NFL superstar Michael Vick. Vick is wanted for failure to appear in court after he allegedly pulled an Amanda Bynes (driving on a suspended license, that is). Warrant Issued A Virginia judge issued the arrest warrant for Vick on Friday when he missed his court date […]
NFL star Michael Vick wants to own a dog again and the law cannot prohibit him from doing so. The Philadelphia Eagles QB was on Piers Morgan’s show last night, and said he would like to get a dog for his kids. After Vick served 19 months in federal prison for his part in a dog fighting ring, […]
It’s been 5 years since Michael Vick was arrested in connection with a dog fighting ring. Legally he can own a dog and he told Piers Morgan that he’s ready.
When pro quarterback Michael Vick pleaded guilty to bankrolling a dogfighting operation in 2007, there was a spike in reports of dogfighting in the United States. But when the headlines faded, the blood sport grew stronger and went even more underground, with thugs taking inventive precautions to keep police at bay, animal cruelty experts say.
Nearly two years after he pleaded guilty to a federal charge of bankrolling a dogfighting operation at a home he owned in Virginia, Michael Vick was reinstated to the National Football League on a conditional basis, according to an NFL statement Monday. Vick “will be considered for full reinstatement and to play in regular-season games by Week 6 based on the progress he makes in his transition plan,” the statement said.
Consumers who bought "Caylee Sunshine" dolls and Michael Vick dog toys were misled into believing that a portion of their purchases would go to charity, according to a lawsuit filed this week. The Florida Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit Thursday against Showbiz Promotions and its owner, Jaime Salcedo, seeking $10,000 in penalties for each violation under the state’s Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act.
Suspended NFL quarterback Michael Vick will go to work for a construction company in Newport News, Virginia, after he leaves federal prison for bankrolling a dogfighting operation, his lawyer said Thursday. The details emerged in a Chapter 11 confirmation hearing in Virginia Eastern Bankruptcy Court to determine how Vick, 28, will work his way out of bankruptcy. Vick’s lawyer, Michael Blumenthal, told the court that the embattled footballer will take the stand first thing Friday and explain how he intends to turn over a new leaf after spending nearly two years in prison on a federal conspiracy charge