Report: Eddy Curry in Financial Trouble, Being Sued Over Auto-Repair Bills

Eddy Curry's huge contract with the Knicks may be one of the crown jewels of Isiah Thomas' legendary run as GM, but it apparently hasn't been enough to pay Curry's bills.

The Knicks big man, whose role with the team has become minimal and who has been out with an injury thus far this season, is now being sued for over $73,000 in repair bills for his Cadillac Escalade and Rolls Royce Phantom among other cars, according to the Chicago Sun Times.

The checks sent to Lee’s Foreign Car Service for the work in 2007 and 2008 bounced at the bank, and now the company has taken the issue to court.

Curry has also twice had warrants issued for his arrest in 2010 for failure to pay the $660,000 settlement owed for having sex with an underage girl — when he was 18 and she was 14.

Curry also reportedly defaulted on a $570,000 personal loan despite having a $17,000-a-month suburban New York home, a $6,000-a-month personal chef and 12 cars he’d bought for himself and relatives.

Curry has yet to comment on the situation.

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