October 28, 2016
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Martin Scorsese sued by imprisoned financial advisor for $600K

HollywoodNews.com: Oscar-winning, New York City based film director gets sued by corrupt, jailed financial advisor.

While that sounds like the plot for Martin Scorsese’s next film – it’s actually what’s going on in his life currently.

“The Color of Money” director was slapped with a $600,000 lawsuit by incarcerated financial consigliore Kenneth Starr.

Apparently, Starr provided bookkeeping costs and other services to Scorsese who didn’t pay the bill. Starr Investment Advisors handled Scorsese’s dough from 2006 to 2010.

Starr, 66, was thrown behind bars for stealing $59 million from such Hollywood names as Uma Thurman and Al Pacino.

The New York Daily News has the story.

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