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Bobby Khorrami Is Sued For Adella Restaurant Scam But Bank Records Are Said Sealed In

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 29 – Gavin Finders sued Bobby Khorrami and his now-shuttered Adella Restaurant at 410 West 43rd Street and its BK 17 entity for breaching their duties to investors in the restaurant. 

   On March 29, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Robert W. Lehrburger held a discovery hearing. Inner City Press covered it.  

The defense said they can't produce bank records because they are locked up in the restaurant and ordering them from the bank would cost five dollars a page.

 As to why the restaurant is shuttered, the answer was non-payment of rent.

It was said Kharrami when BK19 was hit for back taxes shifted the business into a similarly named company not subject to liens.

The case is Finders et al v. BK 19 Inc. et al., 19-cv-11802 (Carter / Lehrburger)


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