Miami Heat great Alonzo Mourning may be headed to a different kind of court this summer, a court of law.
Mourning, 47, filed a lawsuit against a Miami vending machine company that, he claims, reneged on a contract to have his face on health and organic food machine throughout the area.
According to the complaint, Mourning’s 2014 contract with Gilly National was for a maximum $671,540, including incentives over the course of five years.
The former center claims Gilly made three payments for a total $82,500 then quit.
Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Antonio Arzola has set the trial for three days starting Aug. 10, if the parties continue to refuse to settle.
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