Julius Erving ordered to pay over $230,000 for an unpaid loan

June 4th, 2012 - 8:30 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

New York, June 4 (THAINDIAN NEWS) The NBA legend Julius Erving has been ordered to pay more than $230,000 for an unpaid 2009 loan.

Georgia Primary Bank, the institution that lent the amount to Irving and his organisation, The Erving Group Inc. of Atlanta. The bank has filed a lawsuit filed in the Fulton Superior Court on 18 October of last year, claiming Erving defaulted on a 2009 loan for $1,000,000.

The bank filed the legal complaint after $210,705.71 of total loan amount was not repaid by Erving. A Georgia court has ordered the former basketball player to pay over $230,000 to Georgia Primary Bank. Erving will have to pay the unpaid amount, $210,705.71, plus an interest of $19,581.15. The amount to be reimbursed by the former NBA star adds up to a total of $230,286.86.

During his sporting career, Julius Winfield Erving II (born February 22, 1950) won three championships and three scoring titles. He was awarded four Most Valuable Player titles and played for teams like the Virginia Squires, the New York Nets, and the Philadelphia 76ers. He is also the father of the professional tennis player Alexandra Stevenson.

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