Tyson Scrapes Bottom

Now he faces money troubles, new charges and prison discipline

INSIDE THE HIGH BRICK WALLS OF THE SUBURBAN Indianapolis prison he will call home for the next six years, Mike Tyson's sixth week of incarceration brought him some of the bleakest news yet: his once enormous fortune may be depleted, leaving the ex-champ nearly broke.

According to an affidavit released last week by a former accountant to boxing promoter Don King, the King of Unkempt may have fleeced client Tyson of millions of dollars in winnings over a five-year period through overcharges and improper spending. The affidavit, filed in connection with a lawsuit between Tyson and his former manager, Bill Cayton,...

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