'Middle Men' Producer Hit With $12M Judgment In Loan Feud

Law360, Los Angeles (June 20, 2014, 8:56 PM EDT) -- A Hollywood producer behind the 2009 Luke Wilson film "Middle Men" was hit with an $12 million judgment in California court Friday for failing to uphold his settlement with Fire Glow Holding Inc., which alleged he lied about his net worth to obtain a loan to finance films.

The trust company's managing director, Greg Elias, alleged Christopher Mallick had lied about the purpose of a $15 million loan and the value of his own holdings, including defunct electronic transfer company ePassporte, before blowing the loan on a botched film project.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Maureen Duffy-Lewis issued a ruling without...

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