Bush's mother, brother and stepfather had lived in a San Diego-area home owned by Michaels. The NCAA determined that Michaels and Lake provided Bush and his family with cash and other benefits, including free rent, in hopes that the USC star would become a client in a proposed agency.
The NCAA's investigation also found that Mike Ornstein, who eventually did represent Bush and remains in marketing, provided the family with airline tickets, limousine service and other benefits.
Bush reached a settlement with Michaels in 2007, reportedly for more than $200,000. In 2010, Bush settled out of court with Lake, who was reportedly seeking nearly $300,000.