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It Looks Like Steven Seagal Might Not Be Attending Many MMA Events This Year

(“Don’s worry Anderson-Kun, that’s just my chi you’re feeling against your thigh.”)

The 25 percent of Steven Seagal’s autobiography that isn’t utter bullshit is going to make for a fascinating read.

In the latest bizarre chapter in the life of “The Glimmer Man,” Seagal is being sued for non-payment to a former movie producer and business associate with mob ties for failing to pay monies owed to him.

According to a report from the Daily Mail, Seagal agreed to pay $500,000 to Julius Nasso, who he co-owned a film production company with until it dissolved in 2007. Nasso sued Seagal for $60 million back in 2002 for failing to deliver on four movies he agreed to star in, but the suit was eventually dropped after several months in the courts.

Here’s the rub: apparently after Seagal and Nasso broke ties, Nasso, who spent a year in prison in 2003 for racketeering charges, had some of his “associates” in the Gambino crime family have a little chat with the “Out for Justice” star. They allegedly dragged him into the back room of a Brooklyn steakhouse and “urged” him to rekindle his working relationship with Nasso, or else harm might befall him. Seagal went immediately to the police and the mobsters were soon caught laughing about the incident over Federal wiretaps and were arrested.

Eventually Seagal, who claims he was once a federal agent, agreed to pay Nasso $500,000 and to seek a pardon for him for his racketeering case. He was to pay out two $50,000 instalments last year but failed to do so. The suit requests that the remaining $100,000 be paid in full in addition to another $100,000 for breaching the agreement.

If he loses the suit and does not pay within the time specified, the court could seize Seagal’s assets and prevent him from travelling until his debts are cleared — which means he may not be travelling to Rio to see Anderson Silva take on the winner of Mark Munoz vs. Chael Sonnen.

Now who is going to take credit for Anderson’s performance?

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The12ozCurls- January 13, 2012 at 8:18 am
Would somebody please dig up Judo Gene and just end the whole thing. But in all honesty, I am pretty sure John Leguizamo had something to do with this.
XENOPHON- January 13, 2012 at 8:13 am
If he is worth $25 million, why doesn't he open his gym and promote his own fighters. The list of protege names is now getting impressive...
Luiz Alexandre- January 13, 2012 at 7:26 am
"Celebrity Net Worth has him at $25 million, a number I refuse to accept as even remotely accurate, especially for a dude who wears the exact same outfit every time he’s in public."

That's why, Seth, saving expensives on clothes and not paying his debts and releasing ten movies a month can get you pretty loaded!
ReX13- January 13, 2012 at 7:18 am
smiley >> if you can't appreciate "Unless of course they got him in a choke hold. Then he would’ve just shit himself. But other than that, I mean. They’d be on deadly ground. Under seige from the get, you guys." well, i don't know what to tell you. i just lol'd again re-reading it.
danomite- January 13, 2012 at 6:11 am
Did I miss something here? You said the suit was dropped, meaning Seagal didn't owe anybody shit. Then some mob guys threaten him and he has them arrested, and somehow this leads to Seagal agreeing to pay $500,000 to this same guy whose previous lawsuit against seagal was dropped?
WarpedAcorn- January 13, 2012 at 5:35 am
El Guapo, your comments at the top had me rollin. Kudos!
Smileyface- January 13, 2012 at 1:05 am
I can't tell you what Segal IS worth but I can tell you what he's NOT worth! He's not worth the steam off my piss!!
Smileyface- January 13, 2012 at 1:03 am
ReX13, dont ever open a jewellery business, you clearly have no idea what 'Gold' is!
SethF- January 12, 2012 at 9:37 pm
Celebrity Net Worth has him at $25 million, a number I refuse to accept as even remotely accurate, especially for a dude who wears the exact same outfit every time he's in public.
XENOPHON- January 12, 2012 at 8:36 pm
How much is Seagal worth....anyone got any idea?
Todd M- January 12, 2012 at 7:47 pm
Snitches and Stitches, U know the drill.
Me likey- January 12, 2012 at 7:20 pm
He had to make an executive decision and went ahead and talked to the Feds. He didn't want to get chopped up by a machete or have someone set a fire down below while he was upstairs sleeping
ReX13- January 12, 2012 at 6:26 pm
El Guapo >> As usual, fucking gold, my friend.
macdoc- January 12, 2012 at 6:14 pm
wow just 12 days to break your new years resolution of not reporting on this douche. i'm disappointed.
Rear Naked Poke- January 12, 2012 at 5:45 pm
I heard Jean Claude Van Damme was employed by the Gambino family to "urge" Seagal to get back to work with Nasso, nawmsayin Guapo?
2Dogs- January 12, 2012 at 5:25 pm
Yeah, its been long known that Seagal had it in with the mob, hopefully both sides can walk away.
El Guapo- January 12, 2012 at 5:23 pm
^Unless of course they got him in a choke hold. Then he would've just shit himself. But other than that, I mean. They'd be on deadly ground. Under seige from the get, you guys.
El Guapo- January 12, 2012 at 5:15 pm
Seagal squealed to the pigs? Pleeeease. He's above the law. If anything, Seagal would've been out for justice and cue balled Tightlips Toney, skullfucked Fat Toney and bitten off Frankie Fourfingers' fingers, nawmsayin? I don't give a shit if he was marked for death, twenty mobsters couldn't faze Seagal. Dude's hard to kill, playa. I'll stop now.
Yazloz18- January 12, 2012 at 4:56 pm
Good. Fucking. Riddance.