orange county, californiaA lawyer working for a British Isles financial firm allegedly blew $10 million in the company’s funds when he gambling and partying in Las Vegas, according to reports.
Fox Station KVVU In Las Vegas, Nevada, a petition filed in the Southern District of California’s Central District states that Sarah Jacqueline King will stay at Wynn on the Las Vegas Strip and use the funds while living a “luxury life.” It is said that it did
petition filed On February 11, defendant alleges that he was gambling 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while living in Wynn.
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LDR International Limited, based in the British Virgin Islands, said the grounds for the lawsuit were: fraud, civil theft Breach of written contract.
The lending company claims to have made a series of loans to King Lending between January and October 2022, with the funds to be provided to third-party borrowers.
Loans, litigation notes were secured by precious metal coins, luxury cars, jewelry, yachts, guaranteed income from professional sports contracts, etc.
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By April 2022, King’s financial lender license has expired, according to KVVU.
LDR made 97 loans to King Lending for a total of $10,258,500. Documents show that the loan was falsified using a third-party borrower’s pseudonym.
“Plaintiff was informed and believes that King had moved to the Wynn Las Vegas resort and hotel, lived there for six months, and gambled 24/7.
Plaintiff goes on to say that King provided evidence that she only had $11.98 to her name, but as of February 9, 2023, she still sent false contracts to plaintiffs and their agents. are doing.
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“King claims she has used up all her funds and has no money left in her name,” the petition continued. I have.”
King has been given a maximum of 20 days to respond to the petition.