Chael Sonnen sues 'Mean Street Pizza' business partner for $42,600 - MMAmania.com
You can't cheat a cheat.
Chael Sonnen -- who copped to a money laundering charge in U.S. District Court back in 2011 -- is tangled in another legal mess; however, he's apparently on the opposite side of the aisle and the stakes aren't nearly as high.
OregonLive.com reports that Sonnen recently filed a lawsuit against his business partner, Lee Gamble, claiming that he embezzled $20,000 and owes him "another nearly $23,000 in borrowed money and unpaid rent." Sonnen and Gamble currently co-own "Mean Street Pizza" in West Linn, Ore., home of "The Jon Jones," a special pizza loaded with chicken and full of cheese.
*Sounds like a dose or karma to me.