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Taylor Armstrong Lawsuit

July 30, 2011 by Post Team 

Taylor Armstrong LawsuitTaylor Armstrong Lawsuit, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is the gift that can not stop giving – already involved in a divorce, Taylor Armstrong and her soon-to-be-ex is being sued for alleged fraud of $ million. In a lawsuit filed yesterday afternoon in Superior Court of Los Angeles a company called “MyMedicalRecords.com ‘claims that the company hired Russell Venture Capital” Nuway Digital Systems “to raise money for entrepreneurs could expand the business.

However, the complaint alleges that Armstrong calmly and pocketed more than one million investors who were “duped” into believing they were actually investing in the medical group. The plaintiffs accuse the couple of fights to use those funds to “live a lavish lifestyle?” Including redecorating his mansion in Beverly Hills wide.

The lawsuit complains Russell “, addresses the public as a successful venture capitalist who has been instrumental in obtaining and $ 2 million in capital funds for new business ventures.”

The company was later acquired by another group called ‘global MMR “- of which Russell was a director at the time of this agreement. The lawsuit argues that this shows that abused their fiduciary duties by” participating in a model of self- try … designed to enrich himself and Nuway. ”

And more: Records show that the firm Russell about the same amount invested in a new restaurant opened by Eva Longoria – at the same time, he was hired by the plaintiffs.

The boys now want to care and $ 1.5 million to settle the lawsuit but the lawyer Russell; Ronald Richards does not like the idea. He calls the suit “baseless” and “blackmail.”

Taylor certainly walks to the wedding with a lot of properties and cash. But I guess this is something that I will hang a good old Russ, you think? …

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