Clinton Portis has been having money trouble for a while, culminating in a bankruptcy filing in which in the former NFL RB claimed about $4.85 million in debts he can’t pay. Among that was listed $170,000 owed to the Borgata casino in Atlantic City, and a Borgata filing this week fills in the blanks: the casino alleges it advanced him the money in one wild night and he tried to pay it back with checks that bounced.

That filing, which you can read below, seeks to prevent Portis from having his Borgata debt “discharged” in bankuptcy—that is, forgiven.

On Jan. 17, 2011, according to the complaint, Portis applied for and received a line of credit at the Borgata. Over the course of that night, Portis was extended $200,000. Over the next 10 months, Portis successfully repaid $30,000. He also attempted to repay the remainder with six checks that were all refused by the bank because Portis had insufficient funds.