Alleged Fraudster Can't Pay Starz's $2.8M Award, Court Told

By Ciaran McEvoy (April 11, 2013, 9:54 PM EDT) -- An alleged con artist ordered to pay $2.8 million for fraudulently selling Starz Home Entertainment LLC rights she didn't own to the TV series "Man from U.N.C.L.E." asked a California appellate court to reverse the jury award on Thursday, saying she couldn't pay up despite purportedly living in a gated Malibu, Calif., mansion.

Lindsay Dunlap was hit with the judgment after a 2010 trial where a jury found her liable for selling what she claimed were the show's rights to Anchor Bay Entertainment, now known as Starz. In fact, Warner Bros. Television Group was the rightful owner. She was ordered to...

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