Vegas Golden Knights Goaltender Robin Lehner Files For Bankruptcy Owing $50 Million On Snake Farm

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Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy after he owed millions of dollars from his snake farm. The Swedish native and his wife Donya made the filing following on December 30 with the District of Nevada. Lehner’s liability ranges between $10 million and $50 million to lenders. Filing documents show that the National Hockey League, Newport Sports Management, Vegas Golden Knights, Black Knight Sports & Entertainment and Sure Sports Lending were among the interested parties. The filing also shows that Lehner now owns a reptile farm in Plato, Missouri called …

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