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Bolt's Lawyer Says No Word Yet From SSL On Return Of His Funds | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Bolt's lawyer says no word yet from SSL on return of his funds

Attorney Linton Gordon
By Clinton McGregor 
 
Linton Gordon, one of the attorneys representing Olympian Usain Bolt, says he has not yet received a response from the management of Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) regarding the return of his client's funds.
 
Bolt and almost 40 other clients of SSL have been fleeced of millions of US dollars.
 
The former athlete's attorneys wrote to SSL on Monday threatening legal action if the company failed to return his multi-million US dollar investment within ten days.
 
The attorneys outlined in the letter to the company that, up to October 31, 2022, Bolt had more than US$12.7 million in his account.
 
But now, they say, just over US$12,000 is left.
 


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