Bank pursues Patricia Kluge with personal lawsuit, business foreclosure

More developments in the strange case of the onetime wealthy socialite Patricia Kluge, whose wine business foreclosed late last week: Her lender has also filed a personal lawsuit against her and husband Bill Moses, alleging that they deliberately moved assets into her son’s trust in order to defraud the bank. Read more here.

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