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Hurricanes’ Owner Tom Dundon Sued by AAF

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Tom Dundon, the owner of the NHL franchise the Carolina Hurricanes, has been sued for at least $184 billion by the U.S. Trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of the defunct Alliance for American Football league on Monday.

The suit alleges that Dundon tanked the startup when there were financial alternatives, according to The Athletic.

Per the report, Dundon, in the same bankruptcy court also on Monday, sued the AAF’s founder, Charlie Ebersol, for $70 million, the amount Dundon put into the league between February and April 2019 before he threw the startup into Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings.

Stay tuned for more.

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