Florida’s attorney general is suing a company that makes a dog toy that looks like Michael Vick and is named after the suspended NFL star.
The lawsuit filed Thursday claims Showbiz Promotions said it would give proceeds from the sale of the dog chew toy to animal shelters, but never made any donations.
The lawsuit claims the Jacksonville-based company also sold a doll named for slain toddler Caylee Anthony and promised to give proceeds to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The lawsuit says only $10 has been donated.
A phone number could not be found for the company or its owner, Jaime Salcedo. An e-mail was not immediately returned.
Vick is serving prison time for bankrolling a dogfighting operation in Georgia and Virginia.
Watch a Video on the Michel Vick Dog Toy