Local North Carolina media reported that San Diego Padres player Wil Myers has been sued for more than $ 60,000 in this state. The reason? That the player of MLB you have not paid for a Country Club membership to which he signed up months ago, a situation that has made those in charge take “action on the matter.”
Wil Myers has been credited with a lawsuit for $ 64 thousand dollars because he has not paid part of the membership that he requested in the Carmel Country Club in the state of North Carolina.
The San Diego Padres player signed up for this Club in April 2020 and, as reported by the Charlotte Observer, only made the initial payment of $ 16,000, thus owing the remainder to the $ 80,000 fee that he had to cover.
During this dispute there have been counterclaims by both parties involved, but the outcome of the legal situation of the major league player could come in February 2022 when they go to court.
Wil Myers is under a $ 2,500,000 contract with the San Diego Padres for the 2022 MLB Season, having won the same amount last season. He is scheduled to become a free agent by 2024.
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MLB: Padres player is sued for more than $ 60 thousand dollars in North Carolina