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Arkansas Businessman Sues Las Vegas Dancer for Alleged $35 Million Scam

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, July 9, 2024 5:49 pm

A Washington County, Arkansas, businessman is suing a Las Vegas dancer, claiming she orchestrated a decade-long scheme that defrauded him of over $35 million, according to court documents.

The lawsuit, filed by Fred Brunner, alleges the woman, described as a dancer at a Las Vegas gentlemen’s club, targeted Brunner in 2014, a time when he was recently divorced. Brunner claims he visited the club for a casual evening but became entangled in the woman’s alleged scheme.

Court documents detail how the woman allegedly used her charm to extract significant sums of money from Brunner on their first encounter. Recognizing his wealth, the lawsuit alleges she devised a plan to exploit his emotional vulnerability.

Brunner claims the woman engaged in daily communication, fostering a fabricated romantic relationship solely for financial gain. Over ten years, the lawsuit alleges, Brunner showered the woman with lavish gifts, including a house and multiple funded trips. Additionally, he provided ongoing financial support at her supposed request.

The lawsuit estimates the woman amassed over $3 million from Brunner during this period. However, it further alleges she was already involved with another romantic partner in Las Vegas, to whom she allegedly funneled some of Brunner’s money.

“She had no intention of following through on her representations,” the lawsuit claims, accusing the woman of manipulating Brunner to maintain his financial support.

Brunner is seeking compensation for his alleged losses, along with punitive damages, totaling a staggering $38.5 million. The lawsuit does not disclose the dancer’s identity.

Source: 5 News Online

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