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Financial Adviser To Athletes Files For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Published September 11, 2013
Seven current and former NFLers, and soccer player Heather Mitts, filed lawsuits against Crafton in '12, seeking to recover losses they claim they suffered while Crafton was their financial adviser. The NFLPA issued its first “alert” in April '12 to all NFL player agents about an investigation it was conducting into a financial adviser, which was Crafton.