David Treadwell hit with $6.4 million court judgement

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According to the Denver Post, former Clemson kicker David Treadwell just had a pretty bad day. Treadwell was hit with a court judgement against him for $6.4 million dollars.

The Denver District Court judgment in favor of First-Citizens Bank & Trust was the result of a 58-unit condo complex called Sierra Verde Villas in Phoenix that ran into financial problems, forcing Treadwell and his three partners in the venture to file for bankruptcy in 2011.

"We're disappointed," said Dan Scheid, Treadwell's attorney. "We disagree with the court's reading of the contracts."

Treadwell is also a former placekicker for the Denver Broncos and New York Giants. At Clemson he was a consensus All-American for the Tiger Football team where he is a member of the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame.

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