On top of dealing with the shifty guards of the NBA, Lindsey Hunter, the Detroit Pistons veteran, must also answer questions from the Feds. A business deal went awry, according to the plaintiff, and the FBI is very much interested in the role played by Hunter.
From Crain’s Detroit Business:
The FBI, on the other hand, according to sources close to its investigation, has him as its main focus and as a leading participant in at least two possibly fraudulent deals that went awry.
To Bruce McClellan of Waterford Township, a boiler operator with the Pontiac Schools, there is no doubt about Hunter’s role. McClellan said he is cooperating with the FBI investigation and told the agency that he was a willing but naïve straw buyer in the purchase in April 2007 of a home at 1718 Morningside Way in Bloomfield Hills for $1.25 million, a home that is back on the market now for $780,000.
I’m not a lawyer, obviously, but I’m guessing that it’s probably not a good thing when the FBI gets involved in your business matters.
Anyway, you should really take the time to read the whole article; all kinds of interesting tidbits in there.
(Via: Detroit Bad Boys)