AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Former Auburn safety Mike McNeil was facing
eviction and a lawsuit related to a former residence when he and
three teammates were arrested on robbery charges.
Court papers show a judge issued a summary judgment against
McNeil, ex-teammate Mike Blanc and another person on March 27 for
$12,385 after they failed to appear in court. That's 16 days after
McNeil, Dakota Mosley, Shaun Kitchens and Antonio Goodwin were
arrested for an alleged robbery at an Auburn residence.
The four were kicked off the team and are scheduled for
Liberty Properties had sued in April, 2010.
Meanwhile, Copper Beech Townhomes filed a request in court nine
days before McNeil's arrest seeking to evict him, Blanc and current
Auburn player Neiko Thorpe over unpaid rent.
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