Just when you thought no one else possibly could be ticked off at ex-Fin star Chad Johnson, an entire island nation may be going after the 34-year-old unemployed wide receiver.
The government of the Caribbean island of St. Martin wants back the cash it invested into Johnson, the NFL player formerly known as Ochocinco, and soon-to-be-ex-wife Evelyn Lozada!
According to reports, St. Martin gave $90,000 to the couple to hold their July 4 wedding on the exotic Dutch territory.
Obviously, the marriage’s in deep doodoo since Johnson’s Aug. 11 arrest for allegedly head-butting Lozada during an argument.
The two were wed on July 4 at Le Chateau des Palmiers, a chi-chi St. Martin resort, and the nuptials were taped for the upcoming reality show on VH-1 starring the lovebirds, Ev & Ocho.
The program was slated for a Sept. 3 premiere — but VH-1 has shelved the project.
St. Martin Prime Minister Sarah Wescott-Williams said the decision to go after Johnson will be made by the island’s ministerial council.