We noted this week that a judge issued an arrest warrant for Marcus Vick after Vick failed to report to jail for a 10-day sentence. As it turns out, Vick is actually facing two arrest warrants from two judges.
The other arrest warrant is in Montgomery County, Virginia, for failing to appear in court for a civil suit.
In that case, Vick was sued by a woman who had sex with him when she was a teenager and he was a quarterback at Virginia Tech. Vick was convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and later agreed to pay $40,000 to the woman, who said her relationship with Vick left her psychologically damaged. But Vick has apparently never paid up, and has also failed to show up to court hearings in connection with the matter.
“It has been really upsetting for her,” the woman’s lawyer, Kristopher Olin, told the Daily Press. “Mr. Vick’s blatant disregard for our agreement, for the court system and just not honoring his word has really been frustrating for her, and it’s just disappointing.”
Vick, a former Miami Dolphin and the younger brother of Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, is considered a fugitive from justice.