Vince Neil Sued By Former AFL Team Investors

Vince Neil has been slapped with a lawsuit by the investors in his now defunct Arena Football League team. The Motley Crue singer is being accused of defrauding and misleading his investors, namely Outlaws Investment Group and Sohrob Farudi.More »

By on December 17, 2015

Vince Neil has been slapped with a lawsuit by the investors in his now defunct Arena Football League team. The Motley Crue singer is being accused of defrauding and misleading his investors, namely Outlaws Investment Group and Sohrob Farudi. Farudi says that Neil misled him about the team’s finances and also falsely claimed to have owned another team in Jacksonville, Florida. The man claims to have put $500,000 into the team based on those figures. He says he lost the money when the team was suspended after failing to pay AFL membership dues. At the time, Neil blamed Farudi for failing to pay the dues. “The investor was the managing partner who paid the bills and ran the team, business dealings, sponsorships and finances,” Neil told the Las Vegas Sun in August. “That wasn’t our responsibility.” Farudi has fired back at Neil claiming he “willfully, wantonly, outrageously, intentionally and falsely” accepted his financial backing. Copyright(c) 2015 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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