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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- A former Utah professional women's basketball player is suing a Salt Lake businessman over a failed downtown restaurant and nightclub.
Natalie Williams filed the lawsuit yesterday against James Cunningham and his company, Family Financial Solutions.
It accuses Cunningham of failing to repay Williams for a 75-thousand dollar loan after "Natalie's" closed last summer. She says their agreement called for repayment of the loan at a 12 percent yearly interest plus 15 percent ownership of the club.
She also accuses Cunningham for NOT paying her for being Family Financial Solutions' national spokeswoman.
The lawsuit says Williams was to receive ten percent ownership in Family Financial's stock and a half percent of its monthly commissions and profits.
The lawsuit claims Williams has only gotten 400 dollars for her work.
She seeks unspecified damages.
Cunningham could not immediately be reached by The Associated Press on Tuesday morning for comment.
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