Miami Players Who Got Cash And Cars From Nevin Shapiro May Have To Pay Benefits Back In Bankruptcy Court

Oh, boo. Not only is this gang of Miami players being unfairly scapegoated for violating silly rules of a bloated, ineffective system—now they might have to give back the rewards they got.

The trustee representing Nevin Shapiro's creditors—the folks seeking their money back, after his Ponzi scheme went belly-up—will subpoena 72 current or former Miami Hurricanes to bankruptcy court, as a result of Yahoo Sports' investigation.

The Herald explains further:

Seventy-two former or current UM football players who are alleged to have received cash, gifts, meals or other benefits from convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro soon will receive a subpoena from a bankruptcy trustee seeking to recoup anything they received of real value, one of the lawyers said Monday.

Does "real value" include the stripper abortion? Seems to us to have an unquantifiable psychic benefit.

Miami Hurricanes' accused players may have to pay back Shapiro benefits [Miami Herald]