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Dec

New allegations of fraud in Hurst Financial bankruptcy

In the ongoing legal battles fought by investors and creditors to recover monies lost through their dealings with Hurst Financial, Cuesta Title and developer Kelly Gearheart, the bankruptcy trustee assigned to the voluntary bankruptcy case of Hurst Financial’s president is alleging fraud by Miller and his wife Laurel Miller.

Jerry Namba, the bankruptcy trustee, filed a lawsuit against Laurel Miller, in which it is alleged she and her husband illegally transferred the proceeds from the sale of their home into Laurel Miller’s name in order to defraud creditors. According to Namba, the FBI, the US Attorney’s Office and an impaneled federal grand jury are also investigating Jay Hurst Miller for criminal wrongdoing.

Read the Full Article in the San Luis Obispo Tribune.

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