He promised them a second chance at college football. Then he spent their tuition money on himself

Dozens of young men looking for a second chance to play college football wound up instead learning a painful and expensive lesson: be careful who you trust.

Instead of improving their grades or getting game experience to qualify for a Division 1 program, students who attended the Atlanta Institute of Business are out an estimated $1500 each without playing a single game.

They blame school owner Erasmus Harvey for pocketing their money. And a FOX 5 I-Team investigation uncovered evidence their concerns are legitimate.

“He basically just said forget us,” complained 21-year-old Travonte Jackson. “And the season didn’t even start yet.”

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