Dwight Freeney Files Lawsuit Against Bank of America: Latest Details, Comments

March 31, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former NFL Pro Bowler Dwight Freeney has filed a lawsuit against Bank of America, claiming the bank defrauded him of more than $20 million.  
ESPN's Adam Schefter provided the press release from his attorney:
CBS Los Angeles provided more background on Freeney's complaint:
In addition to BofA, the complaint names Michael Bock, a senior vice-president of the bank’s Global Wealth & Investment Management unit, as a defendant.
Attorneys say BofA did not disclose to Freeney that Eva Weinberg – who was assigned by BofA to manage Freeney’s business affairs – was only a part-time employee at BofA and was not licensed to give Freeney investment advice.
The complaint also alleges BofA, Bock and Weinberg also lied to Freeney about the true identity of Michael Stern, who was brought onto Freeney’s BofA financial team.
Attorneys also allege that "Stern was introduced to Freeney as 'Michael Millar', a successful Miami Be...

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