Stephen Davis appears in bond court in Lexington County on September 20, 2012.
Stephen Davis in 2005 with the Carolina Panthers (image courtesy NFL Photos/Getty)
Lexington, SC (WLTX) -- Former Carolina Panthers running back Stephen Davis is facing two separate accusations of illegal activity.
The South Carolina Department of Revenue says Davis, 38, was operating a business without a license.
Davis is the owner of PURE Lounge on Berryhill Road in Columbia.
According to information provided by the revenue department, the club's licnese was revoked in July of this year; however, revenue officials say the club continued to operate without a license.
Meanwhile, Davis is also facing three charges of writing fraudulent checks, in the amounts of $2,545.13, $1,452.80, and $260.
The former Carolina Panthers player and Auburn standout appeared before a judge Thursday morning in Lexington County. He declined to speak at the hearing.
A judge granted Davis a surety bond totaling of $1,300 for the three charges.