Sunday, June 18, 2017

Alyssa Milano Files Lawsuit Against Former Business Manager



Alyssa Milano has filed a $10 million lawsuit accusing her former business manager of severe misconduct that caused her to spiral into a financial disaster.

The suit accuses accountant Kenneth Hellie and his firm, Hellie, Hoffer & Co., of forging her signature on checks, failing to pay overdue bills and taxes, and inducing her to make bad investments in businesses in which he was also an investor, without disclosing the conflict.

Hellie’s actions, according to the suit, left Milano and her husband, talent agent David Bugliari, “with millions of dollars in debt and their credit in ruins.”

The suit was filed Friday in L.A. Superior Court in Van Nuys. Reached by phone on Saturday, Hellie declined to discuss the specifics.

8 comments:

Barbara RiceHand said...

I could never imagine having as much money as someone like that. Having said that, you still need to have some control over where your money goes. Even banks screw people over every day. You really can't trust anyone. After having only thousands missing from my bank, we only use banks to cash checks, nothing else. We keep minimal money is there to pay a fee online bills. Lesson learned for me.

Beige Caulk said...

Time to get back to work instead of trolling Twitter in regard to Trump. She's cute, she won't have trouble finding work.

sandybrook said...

You need to check your bank statements often, you never know who may have access to them. And your credit cards.

Blinky said...

Maybe she can get a gig on Project Runway: All Stars if they have it again. Hope not. Couldn't abide her in it. I think she's a nutter.

longtimereader said...

She made her money in the 90's. A few manhattan properties and she would be rich as f*** right now.

texasrose said...

There's always the yachts...

Jennerationb said...

I remember about 10-15 years ago while she was dating or married to a pro athlete she started a company that made professional sport fan apparel for women. She realized that none of the big time manufactures were making team branded clothing that flattered or catered to the growing female sports fan market. It was a great idea, but I suppose not exactly something she could "trademark", so I'm sure the other, bigger manufacturers who already had the team licenses probably copied her idea.

inga said...

well, she was a "little mermaid" 20+ y.a., but now....not really....