Bobby Davis, a wealthy football star, goes to bed one night secure in his wealth of almost one hundred million dollars and awakens the next morning almost broke. It appears that his business manager lost almost all of Bobby’s money. The business manager also lost every dollar invested by Bobby’s relatives. Every last penny lost in a Ponzi scheme. As if things couldn’t be worse Bobby finds out out that three women are pregnant…each with his baby. Things can always get worse.
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