Burress has string of debtor lawsuits
NEW YORK -- To Richard Malin, Plaxico Burress wasn't a customer, he was an ordeal.
It was 2002 when Burress, then playing for the Steelers, hired Malin, a home inspector, to look over a house he was buying in suburban Pittsburgh.
Malin quoted Burress a price of just under $500 and got the job.
He should've turned it down, Malin now says.
When it came time to pay the bill, Burress disappeared. He didn't respond to phone calls or letters. Malin appealed to one of the ...
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