Deion Sanders’ son Shilo faces legal mess after filing for bankruptcy

Colorado soccer security Shilo Sanders has been dealing with questions in court docket about his private earnings and wealth after submitting for chapter final October with greater than $11 million in debt, in response to court docket information obtained by USA TODAY Sports activities.

The debt stems primarily from what a court docket in Texas says he owes to a safety guard at his former college − a person who claimed Sanders assaulted him in 2015 and gave him extreme and everlasting accidents, together with “neurological accidents and harm to his cervical backbone.” The safety guard, John Darjean, sued Sanders for damages from this incident and gained a $12 million judgment towards him after Sanders failed to indicate up for trial in 2022.

Sanders, son of Colorado head coach Deion Sanders, filed for chapter because of this in an effort to discharge this debt. However Darjean continues to be attempting to gather on his judgment towards Sanders and has raised questions in court docket about Shilo Sanders’ earnings from title, picture and likeness (NIL) offers in faculty.