House arrest isn’t exactly torture for former NFL star Michael Vick. Sure, he’s sporting an electronic-monitoring device on his ankle, but he’s serving out his 60-day sentence in style at his posh 5-bedroom brick home on his sprawling estate in Hampton, Virginia and gets to see his fiancée and their two daughters. And now, only RadarOnline.com can take you inside the embattled player’s home to see what a typical day is like for the suspended star.
Vick, 28, was released from prison on May 20 after being convicted on federal and state charges after authorities discovered he was running an illegal dog-fighting ring at one of his Virginia homes. He served 21-months of his 23-month sentence at a federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas and is now serving out the remaining two months in home confinement.
In our WORLD EXCLUSIVE VIDEO and PHOTOS, Vick relaxes with his toddler daughter London, and a group of kids from The Vick Foundation, his non-profit group which supports at-risk youth.
Vick is engaged to his girlfriend Kijafa Frink. In addition to 18-month-old London, they have another daughter, 4-year-old Jada.
Vick is currently under contract to the Atlanta Falcons, although he remains suspended from NFL play. Falcons owner Arthur Blank has said he does not want Vick to return to his team. But Vick reportedly exercised while in prison and anticipates a return to the NFL.
With loss of his substantial NFL and product endorsement income, Vick filed for Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy protection in July 2008, with liabilities of $20.5 million and assets of $16 million. His bankruptcy case has yet to be resolved.
Vick will turn 29 on June 26.