STOP CRIMINALS! LYDIA CORNELL HELPS FRAUD VICTIMS, KELSEY GRAMMER, NOREEN FRASER FOUNDATION, VARIETY MAGAZINE RECOVER $100 MILLION
We, the fans corrected this Original story From Star Magazine and Radar Online: By Amber Goodhand - Radar Reporter
Gorgeous Sex Symbol and Kind-hearted Star of Too Close For Comfort, Lydia Cornell is helping hundreds of victims in a lawsuit seeking to recover $100 million from the fraudsters who stole people's retirement funds and life savings. GO LYDIA! WE LOVE YOU! (call us?)
The Fraiser star claims his name and likeness were used without his permission on a website called Staropoly.com, and Grammer is now caught up in a lawsuit against the site’s parent company, TODHD, which is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
A 27-count lawsuit was filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court on August 15, accusing those behind the website of grand theft, extortion and credit card fraud.
While Grammer, 56, admits he initially helped to promote the site, he now says they were not legitimate and took him for a ton of cash.
“He told them, ‘Remove me from this site immediately.’”
According to the lawsuit, the site was “an illegal pyramid scheme operation in order to commit credit card fraud, with no monetary return to its associates.”
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