The athlete filed a lawsuit claiming he lost $160,000 investment in a barbershop downtown Delray Beach, Florida, reports Gossip Extra.
His lawyer, Eduardo Rasco, didn’t reveal much more about the suit.
“Randy’s sorta of a private person,” Rasco said.
According to court documents, however, the football star supposedly invested lots of money into the 301 Salon on Atlantic Avenue.
The deal called for Moss to be paid back over eight years along with 25 percent of the revenues from the shop.
Shop co-owner Kelvin Jones, however, tried to reimburse the loan with worthless checks. Moss claims in the suit Jones also changed the name of the corporation that owned the salon to avoid paying back.
The shop’s telephone numbers are disconnected, as are the numbers of Jones, his brother Jerel and wife Evelyn. The family opened the joint after running a hair-cutting operation in their backyard.
According to news accounts about the opening, Salon 301 also received grants from Delray Beach’s Community Redevelopment Authority and Palm Beach County.