Ex-NFLer Says Agent Led Him To Bad Financial Adviser

Law360, Miami (August 23, 2013, 8:07 PM EDT) -- Former NFL player Terrell Owens filed suit in Florida state court Wednesday claiming prominent agent Drew Rosenhaus and his company breached fiduciary duty and acted negligently in directing him to an incompetent and unethical financial adviser who cost him millions.

The former Pro Bowl wide receiver is seeking upwards of $6.5 million to make up for lost assets and profits he says he lost due to unsound investments and financial misappropriations made by disgraced Florida-based financial adviser Jeffrey Brett Rubin, whom he hired on the recommendation...
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