Sports World Is Saddened By The Usain Bolt Update

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The sporting world is grieving for former star sprinter Usain Bolt after he received some tough financial news.

According to multiple reports, Bolt's financial team noticed discrepancies in his account with Jamaican investment firm Stocks & Securities Limited (SSL).

An account of over $10 million in 2012 fell to only $2,000 in the last week.

Bolt's manager Nugent Walker told The Gleaner: "All relevant steps have been taken to get to the bottom of this."

"He's been with [SSL] for over 10 years ... His entire portfolio is under review." Fans are in shock for Bolt.

"Usain Bolt chose to keep his money in JA to support the growth, development and credibility of his country's financial markets.

This is a betrayal of his loyalty. His trust in global, safe and reliable banks/firms such as Swiss banks

and others  have access to - they didn't have to keep their money in JA," said one fan.

Another fan said, "All robbery is bad but robbing the USN Bolt in Jamaica? Shameful and ungrateful."

It is expected that Bolt will get back at least a part of the missing money.