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Investors Sue Rob Schneider for $1.5 million

Former Saturday Night Live star Rob Schneider rolled two movie investors for $1.5 million, the investors claim in Superior Court.

Enticed by the promise of 15 percent annual returns plus return of their principal, plaintiffs George and Nancy Gamble say they trusted that the comedian and his brother John Schneider would use the money to pay for post-production work on a movie called The Chosen One.

 "Instead, the Schneiders used plaintiffs' investment for unrelated, improper and/or personal purposes," the Gambles say in their complaint.

Source: Courthouse News. Read full article. (link)

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  • Bee Tagger||

    "Instead, the Schneiders used plaintiffs' investment for unrelated, improper and/or personal purposes," the Gambles say in their complaint.

    In other words, a Rob Schneider movie.

  • RightNut||

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