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"Cyniquian" Level Poster
Username: Abm

Post Number: 3873
Registered: 04-2004

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Posted on Saturday, July 16, 2005 - 09:37 pm:   


He took money from her without her permission.

She discovered his deception and forgave him.

He received gifts and loans from her amounting to at least $400K.

She apparently owes him movie/soundtrack monies from "Stella".

He may have dated/married her in part to secure American residency/citizenship.

She may have coerced a man 23 years her junior into signing a prenup under some unfair/bias circumstances.

He did not admit to her he might be gay prior to their marriage.

She received evidence YEARS ago asserting he's probably gay.

He may have engaged in risky extramarital sex.

She may be a homophobe.

THIS is why smart rich foks usually buy their way out of mistakes and be done with it!

Here are 3 items you might find interesting:

Jonathan's rebuttal appear to include a math error. 50% of $150K is $75K, NOT $50K. (Chris H. don't you JD's have to study math in college like the rest of us?)

Terri says a $150K was gift. Jonathan claims it was partial compensation for "Stella". It seems to me Jonathan would have been better off agreeing it was a gift thus potentially boosting his settlement for "Stella".

Question: If Terri and Jonathan submitted separate tax returns during the years he was siphoning money from her bank, and he didnít report the money he took as income on 1040's, has Jonathan committed tax evasion?

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