If O.J. Simpson can rake in $1.2 million over three years while being on the hook for a $33.5 million wrongful death settlement, there's no reason prison-bound Michael Vick can't buy himself a condo in South Beach.
Michael Vick may have had to sell off his multimillion-dollar mansion in Georgia, but the disgraced, dogfighting NFL star bought a pricey pad in the luxurious Icon South Beach high-rise, according to the New York Post.
A Miami neighbor tells the Post: "[Michael Vick] has bought [an] apartment. Since his indictment he hasn't visited, but his brother, Marcus Vick, who was released by the Miami Dolphins and has charges of statutory rape pending, has no problem partying it up with the ladies in his brother's pad."
What a disgrace: Michael Vick is staring at between 18 months and five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to bankrolling a Virginia dogfighting ring.
Young Marcus Vick, meanwhile, is being sued by a young woman who claims she had a two-year sexual relationship with him starting when she was 15.
Man, that makes Hayden Panettiere sound over the hill!
As long as they're not behind bars, Michael Vick and his brother have plenty of other sports stars to party with in the condo complex. Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade lives at the Icon, and Shaquille O'Neal visits a friend there "a lot."
Plus, Tara Reid's ex, Wayne Boiche, just bought a pad for $7.5 million. No idea who Wayne Boiche is, but he's lucky he's not with Reid. She sucks!