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Mired in financial and legal trouble, Talos Partners CEO, Robert V. Brazell tops our list
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A copy of the original complaint filed in Collin County District
SECOND LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST ROB BRAZELL IN COLLIN COUNTY FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT FOR FAILURE TO PAY BACK LOAN OF $156,500
Robert V. Brazell aka Rob Brazell was named as a defendant in a breach of contract lawsuit in Collin County for failure to pay back a loan of $156,500.
The signed Promissory Note is attached as Exhibit 1 in the complaint. Exhibit 2 showcases an email written by Rob Brazell on September 7, 2010 requesting the funds to help pay for such items as; his own wedding expenses, his honeymoon, rent in his NYC apartment, his children's tuition, and even a pair of new earrings for his wife.
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ROBERT V. BRAZELL SUED FOR FRAUD AND BREACH OF CONTRACT IN TEXAS - FAILS TO APPEAR IN COURT AND SANCTIONED $6,875
A copy of the original complaint filed Dallas District
Robert V. Brazell, In-Store Broadcasting Holding, LLC, In-Store Broadcasting Network, LLC., In-Touch Media, LLC., Talos Partners, LLC., IBN Media, LLC., and Mark Oleksik were named as defendants in a lawsuit in Dallas, Texas.
Causes of Action include; Fraud, Fraudulent Inducement and Statutory Fraud Against Defendants Brazell, IBN Holding and IBN Media, Breach of Fiduciary Duty Against Brazell and Oleksik, Breach of Contract Against IBN Holding, Breach of Contract and Breach of Fiduciary Duty Against Talos and Brazell, and Constructive Trust.
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A copy of the final judgment filed in Collin County.
ROB BRAZELL'S FINANCIAL WOES CONTINUE - JUDGE HAMMERS DOWN $45,000+ JUDGMENT IN TEXAS
After failing to make scheduled payments on a previously negotiated settlement, Robert V. Brazell was slammed by a Collin County, Texas court with a final judgment for $45,151.95. Rob Brazell will also pay 18 percent interest per annum beginning on the date of the judgment until paid. Rob Brazell has also been ordered to pay all court costs.
This story continues to unfold as the judge has recently ordered Rob Brazell's arrest.
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Robert V. Brazell tops our list of small business CEOs that fails time and again to provide returns, while living high off investor's money. Now mired in legal and financial trouble, the truth about Rob Brazell is finally reaching the market where potential investors can make better and more informed decisions before putting their money at risk.
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