A Las Vegas casino has filed a lawsuit against San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane.

In the lawsuit, which was filed on Monday in the Clark County District Court, it alleges that the San Jose Sharks forward failed to pay back $500,000 in gambling markers to the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas that they extended to him in April.

The court documents state, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, that Kane took out eight credits of various amounts between $20,000 and $100,000 on or about April 15. That date would have fallen between Games 3 and 4 of the first-round playoff series between his Sharks and the Vegas Golden Knights.

Kane signed a seven-year deal with San Jose in 2018 which was worth $7 million per season.

The Cosmopolitan is also seeking repayment of all legal fees associated with the lawsuit. They have declined to comment on lawsuit, citing company policy.

San Jose Sharks representatives have not been available to comment on the report from the Review-Journal.