An accountant testified that sports agent Lloyd Bloom once spent nearly $116,000 of running back Paul Palmer's money in four days and later complained of having "a sickness with money."

Joel D. Levy, on cross examination by Bloom's attorney, said he did not believe the agent was cheating Palmer, who like Bloom, was Levy's client. Palmer, an All-American at Temple and now with the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, invested $125,000 with Bloom.