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Storey brothel-lawsuit trial opens

The firm that bankrolled Lance Gilman’s Wild Horse Brothel says it was the victim of a scheme designed to cheat it out of more than $1.6 million. Gilman’s lawyers countered Wednesday that it’s TG Investments’ fault the Wild Horse was shut down, given that the firm failed to get a required license. TG Investment is suing Gilman and other principals in the brothel operation, saying their deal on the $2.25 million loan guaranteed them 1 percent of profits through 2043. “Instead of following through on their obligation, they stabbed (TG investors) in the back,” lawyer Mark Wray told a civil …

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