I would just have to kill them.... NHL star Jack Johnson made his parents his financial advisers in 2008, and signed over control of his money to his mother in 2011 The parents of the Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman then spent his money on cars, travel and a new loan Johnson's parents also took out non-conventional loans, and defaulted on them The loans included one for $2million, with an interest rate of 12 percent, and one for $3 million, with an interest rate of 24 percent Now, Johnson is bankrupt and still owes $10million or more to debtors In 2011,Johnson signed a power of attorney that granted his mother full control of his finances shortly before signing a $30.5million contract with the Kings. That is when things started to go horribly wrong. According to The Columbus Dispatch, Tina Johnson, Jack's mother, borrowed at least $15 million in her son’s name against his future earnings. What's more, she borrowed from nonconventional lenders and defaulted on the loans. The loans included one from Iowa Congressman Rodney L. Blum for $2million, with an interest rate of 12 percent, and one from Pro Player Funding for $3 million, with an interest rate of 24 percent. Now, Jack has been sued repeatedly for $6million in loan repayments after his parents splurged on cars, a home in Manhattan Beach, California, along with $800,00 in upgrades, and travel. He has also been forced to declare bankruptcy. 'Jack would ask [his parents] questions: "What’s this? What are these guys calling about?",' a source told the paper. 'And they would tell him not to worry about it, just worry about playing hockey.' Now all Jack can claim is assets 'less then $50,000' and 'debts greater than $10million.'