Look, Highland Capital Lending, Tom Hicks Needs His Money, Dig?
Quite the shocker to pull up Courthouse News and see a big ol' Texas Rangers logo. Then again, when Daddy needs his money, Daddy needs his money, and he'll go to Tarrant County District Court to get it. Because, according to the complaint filed yesterday, Dallas-based Highland Capital Lending owes Texas Rangers Baseball Partners about $60,000 for a suite at Rangers Ballpark. Says the suit, Highland Capital only ponied up $21,843 -- even though it was supposed to pay a little over $81,000 for use of the digs last season and this season. The suit says Highland Capital did cut a second check for around $17,000 in April '08, but that it bounced.
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