Michael Vick is totally becoming a chew toy ... literally (for dogs) and figuratively (for the legal system)! The problems just keep piling on!
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has obtained court documents that indicate the embattled NFL star tested positive for marijuana September 13, and will now face even more strict release conditions from a federal court judge.
In court documents yesterday, the judge ordered Michael Vick to submit to drug testing, "for determining whether the defendant is using a prohibited substance."
The judge also ordered Vick to stay in his Virginia home - with electronic ankle monitoring - every day from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. No Les Deux for you, #7! Moreover, he has to foot the bill for the service. It's a dog-eat-dog world, no?
ABOVE: A stressed out Michael Vick looks to roll a joint at a press conference following a tough Falcons loss. It's tough running an NFL offense and a dogfighting ring.
In addition, Vick has been ordered to attend a substance therapy program and get mental health counseling. Vick will be sentenced to prison time on December 10, after entering a guilty plea in federal court on charges related to dogfighting.
He faces up to five years in prison. The State of Virginia is also filing new charges against Vick, though his lawyers contend that legally, he can not be convicted for the same heinous, ridiculous, stupid crimes twice.