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Citizens Bank sues Curt Schilling for $2.4 million
Citzens Bank is suing former Major League Baseball pitcher Curt Schilling to recover $2.4 million in loans it made to the retired Red Sox star's bankrupt video game company. The bank is among the first creditors to take action against Schilling, a week after his company filed for bankruptcy. "Most creditors like RBS Citizens have little hope of recovering their money from Schilling's company 38 Studios," writes The Boston Globe. "It reported owing more than $150 million but has less than $22 million in assets."
 
Curt Schilling in the dugout during a 2006 Boston Red Sox game: After his baseball career, Schilling tried his hand at video games, but now his 400-employee company is no more.
Curt Schilling in the dugout during a 2006 Boston Red Sox game: After his baseball career, Schilling tried his hand at video games, but now his 400-employee company is no more.
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itzens Bank is suing former Major League Baseball pitcher Curt Schilling to recover $2.4 million in loans it made to the retired Red Sox star's bankrupt video game company. The bank is among the first creditors to take action against Schilling, a week after his company filed for bankruptcy. "Most creditors like RBS Citizens have little hope of recovering their money from Schilling's company 38 Studios," writes The Boston Globe. "It reported owing more than $150 million but has less than $22 million in assets."
 

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