Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
Let me mutilated.
-- right it's -- -- are now he's the guy tried to squeeze thousands -- -- actor Tobey Maguire and other hot shots celebrities but first I was appointed by the court Howard Arab or exactly the bankruptcy trustee -- the victims duped out of millions by this guy.
For six years Bradley and -- read a fraudulent Beverly Hills based investment firm which was just a front for Ponzi scheme -- was busted for last year.
Ribbon is now serving ten years at a Texas prison hears that he wasn't very good poker player.
And frequently lost -- made out of a very good at Texas hold them but Tobey Maguire was to the tune of 300000 dollars.
That's what the actor apparently won just from -- before he was sentenced.
During a three year period that -- just like a cast of other high net worth celebs and exacts we're invited to play the same circuit of underground illegal poker games well.
Clearly there were hundreds of thousands of dollars changing hands and usually at the end of each night whether the game was held at the four seasons.
Beverly Hills Hotel or the viper room it was typically -- man who was cited a check to pay as losses.
The very same -- she swindled from the victims of this Ponzi scheme when he use the company's money.
To pay off his personal gambling debts that then becomes what's called an avoidable transfer.
And as -- bankruptcy trustee -- can comfort.
So airport -- on behalf for remains victims is charged with so we've with a five -- -- poker claims -- canceled checks show.
Well received by McGwire Leo Ben Affleck and Matt Damon -- the view.
They received money.
In an illegal poker game.
And was because of that that I have the right to recover the money which -- bird doesn't see as a problem teams -- harbor eleven you know has a different take.
So I think this is a real stretch by this bankruptcy trustee.
I frankly don't see this case going anywhere I can't imagine.
That a judge would order to would be Tobey Maguire to repay this money it just that than legal theory is too much of a stretch.
Filter by section