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Curry's free spending includes a $6,000-a-month personal chef, a Rolls-Royce and a $350,000 debt to fellow NBA player Juwan Howard. He has a mansion and children in private school. He also gives around $16,000 a month to relatives.
"Mr. Curry appears to be a very, very generous man," Allstar Capital attorney Donald David said. "He appears to have taken it upon himself to support every person named Curry on the East Coast."
This isn't Curry's first bout with financial woes. He has faced previous lawsuits and his home in suburban Chicago fell into foreclosure. He already has more than $207,000 garnished from his paychecks each month.
Curry is far from the first athlete to find himself in financial trouble. We've also chronicled the sagas of former athletes like Lenny Dykstra and Latrell Sprewell who have found themselves having to sell off their belongings to pay back debts.