The trustee liquidating Madoff's firm in the wake of the biggest U.S. Ponzi scheme had approved a claim for $670,000. He said Malkovich wasn't entitled to more than what the actor had deposited.
Actor John Malkovich is seeking to recover $2.3 million from an account he had with the securities firm of Bernard Madoff, who conducted the biggest Ponzi scheme in U.S.
On the final day of a cross-Canada train trip, Ohio’s Marilyn Walpole was walking down King St. East with fellow travellers, when, behind her, she heard a slight moan and turned around to see her 77-year-old husband awash in his own blood.
“There was blood everywhere on the sidewalk; his face was full of blood, his clothes were soaked in blood … and he was moaning,” said Ms. Walpole, speaking from her home in Defiance, Ohio.
For the second time in two years, Hollywood actor John Malkovich appears on the Vienna stage as an egocentric womaniser... but this time in an opera, where he gets to show off his singing chops.In "The Giacomo Variations," an opera-cum-play which had its world premiere Wednesday evening at Vienna's Ronacher theatre, Malkovich plays an ageing Casanova searching for the meaning of life."It's a genre between genres," writer and director Michael Sturminger told AFP ahead of the premiere.
(Reuters) - Members of Bernard Madoff's family were hit with an expanded $255.3 million lawsuit, saying they should have caught the patriarch's Ponzi scheme and must return the benefits to victims. Irving Picard, the trustee seeking money for Madoff's victims, said family members who worked at Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC were "completely derelict" in ensuring that the investment firm's operations were legal. The lawsuit adds three former spouses of Madoff's sons as defendants. ...
The names of thousands of Bernard Madoff’s apparent clients were made public late Wednesday in a 162-page filing with U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan. But not everybody who lost money in the alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme is on the list.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A private New York company has sued the trustee who is liquidating accused fraudster Bernard Madoff's firm for the return of $10 million it invested six days before Madoff was arrested.