Suits against White Plains developer now seek a total of $92M in damages

TRD New York /
Apr.April 19, 2018 11:53 AM

White Plains developer Michael D’Alessio of Michael Paul Enterprises of White Plains is now facing a total of seven lawsuits filed by nearly 20 investors who claim he lured them into projects only to turn around and use the money for personal use and for other projects all while lying to them about project progress and costs. The investors are now seeking $92 million in damages. [LoHud]

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