Tom Dundon has filed a claim in the Alliance of American Football's bankruptcy case, seeking $70 million.

The Carolina Hurricanes owner alleges that his investment happened due to "misrepresentations," and he seeks a full refund of the millions he paid to keep the league afloat for five or six weeks during its only season.

"Even though AAF executives told [Dundon Capital Partners] its contribution would get the AAF through the first season, those executives knew at the time of the execution of the Term Sheet that the AAF would likely need an additional $50,000,000 (including League revenue) on top of [Dundon Capital Partners’] investment of up to $70,000,000 to get through the first season," the document alleges. "The AAF and its executives never disclosed this information to [Dundon Capital Partners]."