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Usain Bolt Defrauded Of More Than $12.7 Million From His Investment Account In Jamaica And He’s Left With Just $12K

Usain Bolt Defrauded Of More Than $12.7 Million From His Investment Account In Jamaica And He's Left With Just $12K

Usain Bolt, the fastest man alive is in some pretty big financial mess. According to Bolt‘s attorneys, the athlete has been defrauded of a whopping $12.7 million in his private investment account in Jamaica. Bolt’s attorneys claim the runner currently has only $12K remaining in the said account. Damn! Even Kanye West did not drop this badly.

According to Usain Bolt‘s attorneys, they are giving the unknown fraudsters aka the investment company (Stocks & Securities Limited) just 10 days to return every penny of the $12.7 million, or else they will use both civil and criminal avenues to seek justice for their client.

However, the Jamaican finance industry seems to be troubled by the development and claims they are working their a—se off to help Bolt get his money back.

While Bolt was perfecting his skill as an athlete, some a—holes in Jamaica were also waiting to steal his hard-earned money. Now, all eyes are on the attorneys to put their skills on deck and get every dime back.

Via VladTV;

According to reports, lawyers for Usain Bolt say the retired sprinter is missing over $12.7 million from his account which is managed by a private investment firm in Jamaica. At the time of the report, Bolt had only $12,000 left in the account. 

“If this is correct, and we are hoping it is not, then a serious act of fraud larceny or a combination of both have been committed against our client,” Bolt’s attorneys said in a statement. They will seek further action, both criminal and civil avenues, if the money isn’t returned within 10 days. 

The private firm, Stocks & Securities Limited, has yet to comment on Bolt’s situation directly, however, on the company’s website they issued the following statement: “We understand that clients are anxious to receive more information and assure you that we are closely monitoring the matter throughout all the required steps and will alert our clients of the resolution as soon as that information is available.”

The company is currently under investigation by Jamaica’s Financial Services Commission.

Investigations are still ongoing to authenticate the reports. However, considering how Stephen Twict Boss allegedly killed himself because of investment struggles, this is concerning.

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