Oct 27, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) and Miami Dolphins tackle Bryant McKinnie (78) prepare to block against the New England Patriots during the second quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Bryant McKinnie Settles Strip Club Suit for $150,000

Bryant McKinnie really likes his lap dances, but doesn’t really like paying for them. Now the court is ordering McKinnie to settle up after years of stiffing a pair of Miami strip joints to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

McKinnie was originally sued for $375,000 by one Charles “Pops” Young, a noted strip club proprietor. McKinnie disputed the legitimacy of the suit when it was first reported.

After a long legal battle, McKinnie and Young finally reached an agreement and now McKinnie will settle his tab for $150,000, reports Re-Tox.com

McKinnie’s irresponsible ways with money have gotten him in hot water more than once. In the most famous incident, McKinnie was sued for $4.5 million after failing to pay back a large high-risk loan he took out before the NFL lock out.

McKinnie was fatefully cut by the Vikings just months after taking out the loan. Now, on top of the money he still owes from that suit, he must pay $150,000 over, of all things, lap dances. And he currently finds himself without an NFL job.

How will McKinnie pay back the money if he doesn’t land a new gig? Maybe he can work it off in the kitchen.

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