Taylor Armstrong and Husband Russell Sued for Alleged Investment Scam
12:18 pm, July 30th, 2011
MyMedicalRecords.com claims the Armstrongs diverted more than a million dollars away from people who invested in a company called NuWay Digital Systems under the impression they’d get MMR shares.
According to the lawsuit, filed in L.A. County Superior Court, the couple pocketed the money to “live a lavish lifestyle,” including the decoration of their home and partnering with Eva Longoria on a restaurant.
The two sides supposedly reached a settlement agreement, but MMR alleges that the Armstrongs are in breach of contract.
Meanwhile, Taylor Armstrong and the rest of the “RHOBH” crew will return for Season 2 (with some new additions) in September.
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