MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -- A federal judge in Mobile has issued a final judgment in a tax case involving former Alabama and NFL football quarterback Kenny "Snake" Stabler.
The judge declared that Stabler and his company owe the Internal Revenue Service more than $265,000 plus interest.
Senior U.S. District Judge Charles Butler Jr. found that Stabler's debts as of June 4 include $125,685.76 in unpaid income taxes from 1999 through 2001 and $134,166.28 in unpaid income taxes by the Stabler Co. in 1995 and from 1998 through 2000 plus a $5,509 civil penalty. The Stabler Co. was a firm Stabler established to arrange speaking appearances and consulting work.
Stabler's attorney, Robert Galloway, told the Mobile Press-Register newspaper that he intends to negotiate a payment plan with the IRS.
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