Mika Zibanejad Involved in Massive Lawsuit

Published October 19, 2023 at 11:07

Mika Zibanejad finds himself embroiled in a lawsuit worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, and the situation doesn't look good for the moment.

Zibanejad and Brother Face Legal Action

In a dramatic twist of events, Mika Zibanejad and his brother, Monir Kalgoum, are facing the risk of losing their homes due to the failure of their burger chain to repay a substantial loan.


Zibanejad and Kalgoum had put up their residences as collateral, and now it appears that their worst fears are materializing.

"A total of four people and one company are being sued. Two of the individuals are New York Rangers star Mika Zibanejad and Monir Kalgoum, who have both invested in the hamburger chain Brödernas."

"Zibanejad and Kalgoum are included in the lawsuit because they chose to pledge their properties as collateral for a loan taken by Brödernas CEO Joakim Wiklander."

According to court documents, Wiklander still owes over $400,000 USD, putting the brothers' homes in jeopardy.

Both Zibanejad and Kalgoum have refrained from making any comments on the matter.

Zibanejad's Still At the Top of His Game


Despite the apparent financial setback from their investment, the 30-year-old center continues to excel on the ice.

Last year, he scored an impressive 39 goals and 91 points. His exceptional performance has carried into the current season, where he has already registered 4 assists in three games. Given the Rangers' top-heavy roster and the potential consequences of a lackluster showing from their star players, Zibanejad's continued production is imperative to their playoff aspirations.

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