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March 24, 2011

Fund Wants Bling From Steelers’ Charlie Batch

"A Pennsylvania real-estate fund is going after the glory–and some of the bling–that comes with Pittsburgh Steelers player Charlie Batch’s athletic fame.

A federal bankruptcy judge is allowing Primerock Real Estate Fund, owed $820,000 by the Steelers backup quarterback, to continue its legal pursuit of the things that the 36-year-old Batch used as collateral to obtain a loan in November 2009, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review."

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