Athletic company sues part owner for allegedly owing more than $100K

By Louisiana Record reports | Nov 15, 2013

GRETNA – The part owner of an athletic training company is being sued by that company for allegedly owing more than $100,000 in loans that he has not repaid.

Athletic Training Innovations LLC filed suit against TBG I LLC and Kevin Bouza in the 24th Judicial District Court on Oct. 23.

Athletic Training Innovations claims that Bouza through his company TBG I LLC and holds a 50 percent ownership stake in their company and a 40 percent voting stake representing two out of five votes. The plaintiff claims the defendant has received $104,143.78 in advanced payments, credit card charges and advanced distributions that he was required to repay. Athletic Training Innovations asserts that Bouza and TBI G have not paid the monies owed.

The defendant is accused of failing to repay monies owed.

Damages in the amount of $104,143.78 is sought by the plaintiff.

Athletic Training Innovations is represented by J. Douglas Sunseri of Metairie-based Nicaud & Sunseri LLC.

The case has been assigned to Division L Judge Donald A. Rowan Jr.

Case no. 732-275.

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