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Dallas Mavericks Forward Richard Jefferson Helped FBI Nail Former Manager Who Robbed $2 Million Dollars From Him

March 16, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Dallas Mavericks Forward Richard Jefferson Helped FBI Nail Former Manager Who Robbed $2 Million Dollars From Him

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According to NBA star Richard Jefferson, he assisted the FBI in nailing his former business manager, which he claimed stole $2 million dollars from him.

Jefferson 34, suspected Ted Kritza of taking $2 million from his bank credit line without his authorization.

Jefferson reported the crime after becoming aware of the missing money and suspected Kritza was the culprit, which spurred an FBI launched an investigation into the accusations.

The Dallas Maverick recorded a phone call with Kritza, which he is heard confessing to stealing the money from the line of credit.

The bank has since sued Jefferson for the $2 million dollars. However, the player is requesting the court postpones the case until the FBI investigation concludes.

Jefferson turned over the evidence to the FBI.

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