Two years ago, Michael Vick thought $1,000 was chump change. Now, in the big house, 12 cents an hour. Ah, the irony.
Vick's had to file mountains of financial statements for his bankruptcy case in Virginia, and they give new meaning to free spending. The aforementioned grand was literally listed as "chump change" for his mom, Brenda Boddie. For his sister, Christina, there's $300 for "hair" -- in quotation marks.
It's not all in the family: there's the $174K for a "car" and $1,000 for shoes, too.
One thing conspicuously absent from the hundreds of pages of payments: Doggie treats.