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Panthers Withdraw City, County Deal Over Abandoned Facility

Carolina Panthers team owner David Tepper looks on before an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 17, 2021, in Charlotte, N.C. Tepper's real estate company filed court papers on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, asking to revoke a bankruptcy settlement it was trying to make with a city and county in South Carolina over its abandoned practice facility. (AP Photo/Jacob Kupferman, File)
Carolina Panthers team owner David Tepper looks on before an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 17, 2021, in Charlotte, N.C. Tepper's real estate company filed court papers on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, asking to revoke a bankruptcy settlement it was trying to make with a city and county in South Carolina over its abandoned practice facility. (AP Photo/Jacob Kupferman, File)
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Columbia, S.C. (AP) -- Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper’s real estate company wants to revoke a bankruptcy settlement it negotiated with the city and county where its abandoned South Carolina practice facility was supposed to be built because it says the governments are making exorbitant and unreasonable demands.

GT Real Estate Holdings had offered $21 million to York County. It suggested giving the proceeds from selling part of its site in Rock Hill so the city would get at least $20 million.