Ex-Bergstein Atty Said She Would Destroy Docs, Jury Hears

By Jonathan Randles (August 14, 2012, 6:46 PM EDT) -- A former attorney for Hollywood financier David Bergstein told her new client Aramid Entertainment Fund Ltd. in emails that she would throw her computer in the pool to prevent Bergstein from obtaining sensitive documents related to Aramid's plan to force five of his companies into bankruptcy, jurors heard Tuesday.

Bergstein's attorneys showed the jury a series of emails lawyer Susan Tregub sent in September 2010 to Aramid principal David Molner and attorneys handling the bankruptcy proceedings and lawsuits against Bergstein and several business entities he controlled during Tregub's second day on the witness stand and the fourth day of trial in...

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