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A Dallas-based sports promotion insurance company yesterday filed suit in Dallas County state district court against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, seeking a return of at least $12 million in bonuses in light of Armstrong being stripped of his Tour de France titles for doping, according to the Dallas Morning News.

SCA Promotions yesterday sued Armstrong, his agent Bill Stapleton, and Tailwind Sports, Armstrong’s former management company, for bonuses paid Armstrong for winning the Tour de France in 2002 and 2003. SCA withheld the 2004 bonus based on allegations that Armstrong had used performance-enhancing drugs, the Dallas Morning News reports.

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