Alex Rodriguez did not follow the law book or the law book of baseball.
That, according to the former brother-in-law of retired Yankees Slugger, alleges that when Rodriguez married Cynthia Skirtis in the mid-2000s, they had to pay back millions for the real estate deals they made.
Constantine Skirtis, who was arraigned in Miami Civil Court on Tuesday and released on Tuesday in a 136-page lawsuit, described A-Rod as a backbencher who committed all sorts of fraud, forgery and forgery of documents and cut him off from the company they co-founded after Rodriguez. His marriage to Cynthia Skirtis ended when he was accused of cheating on her.
“After finding the truth about Rodriguez’s infidelity and filing for divorce, Rodriguez (Constantine) went to Skurtis and cheated on him,” the lawsuit states.
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Rodrස්guez, who finished fourth in baseball history in 696, says he wants millions of dollars, but was twice suspended under the league’s drug policy, which boosts performance. He retired in 2016. He is currently engaged to mega star Jennifer Lopez.
This is not the first time Skirtis Rodriguez has been brought to court. He filed several failed lawsuits against Rodriguez about a decade ago.
A representative of Rodriguez declined to comment. Laws on behalf of A-Road orney John c. Lucas did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Skirtis said he asked his sister to reach out to Rodriguez in 2014, but “the response to Skartis was that Rodriguez would never pay him another dollar.”
In 2007, Skortis dramatically re-reads that Rodriguez looked him in the eye and swore that he had never betrayed his sister. Shortly afterwards, the New York Post reported that Rodriguez had entered a hotel room with a stripper.
In addition, Skirtis says that one of Rodriguez’s businesses “devised a way to make a profit from the devastation caused by Hurricane Ike.” It was alleged that in 2008 it caused at least 195 and billions of dollars in damage. , Newport Property Ventures created accounts reporting “significant inflationary damage” to its assets. Skirtis claims that Rodriguez paid a secret speaker and she remained silent.
“Without Rodriguez’s knowledge and expertise, Rodriguez would not be successful in real estate,” he said. Rodriguez married Cynthia Skartis a year later and in 2003 Skurtis and Rodriguez became partners. In this transaction, Rodriguez took 95% of the cuts because he was a money cow. Skirtis will have the rest to provide for his service. He also receives a 3% acquisition fee for “purchasing property he identified as investment opportunities”.
But it all ended in 2008. Two of Rodriguez’s business associates went to Skirtis’ office and asked him to leave the building. The next day, Skortis said Rodriguez sent him a message that things were going well between them and that they had not ended up being friends or business partners.
“I look forward to having a long calm, loving discussion about lunch,” Rodriguez said in a message to Skirtis. “Only you and me.”
It is said that the discussion never took place.
After a conflict over the day-to-day running of the business that arose from his sister’s divorce, Skirtis never suspected that he would make a systematic and fraudulent attempt to eliminate the equality of his business and remove him from future financial rewards. Owned.
Skartis said he stopped receiving his stake after Rodriguez created a new company without him and sold their assets to it.
“Through their rackets, Rodriguez and his co-conspirators have lost millions of dollars to Skurtis.”
Skartis said the IRS had been persuaded to file a tax breach against Rodriguez because of his fraudulent business dealings and threatened to seize his family’s home and bank accounts after he falsely reported to the government that he was being paid.
Read the full case below.
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