Morrissette Says Rep Had One Hand In Her Pocket, Stole $4.7M

Law360, Los Angeles (May 17, 2016, 11:17 PM EDT) -- “Ironic” singer Alanis Morissette slapped her former business management firm with a $15 million breach of fiduciary duty on Tuesday in California state court, saying her money manager stole at least $4.7 million from her accounts.

In her suit, Morissette says GSO Business Management Inc. and partner Jonathan Schwartz violated her trust by pilfering millions out of her account. She also claims Schwartz told her she was flush with cash, while moving $8 million into her spending account from her investments without permission.

“Defendants made these representations with the intent to induce Morissette to believe that she was in fantastic financial...

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