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A Southern California man faces a federal wire-fraud, money laundering, and aggravated identity theft charges after he defrauded a foreign investor of a $14 million to make a fake movie, which he claimed Netflix would be split, and the great of Hollywood heavyweights who could produce it, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
Adam, a Carpenter, 41, is said to have forged signatures and fake documents to convince the firms in South Korea, and China, in order to invest in a fake movie called “Legends,” which the court documents describe as “an anachronistic mash-up of legendary and historical figures in nineteenth-century America, such as Davy Crockett, Calamity Jane, Paul Bunyan, and John Henry.”
Prosecutors say the Man, who operated a business called the Dark Planet Pictures, LLC, in a meeting with a director of Korea Investment Global Content Fund, is a South Korean mutual fund assets are managed by korea Investment ners Co., Ltd. (KIPS), at the end of 2015.
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He was a director and a script for the supposed movie, and the HEN of the promised $8 million to complete the project. In the first half of the investment is to be fixed to the Joiner’s company in April of 2016 after the Software gave the manager a fake or distribution agreement with a forged signature by a Netflix executive at the.
When the FBI approached the unnamed executive, he said that he had never heard of the “Legend” and didn’t know who Carpenter was.
The cabinet maker used a similar method to the scam by a Chinese firm called Star Century Pictures Co., Ltd. and an affiliate of the company, is named the PGA Yungpark Capital, Ltd., the gain of $6 million of the deal, prosecutors said.
In late 2016, prosecutors say Joiner told investors that he had cancelled the distribution contract with Netflix, and secured a new agreement with the Amblin ners. This agreement, is false, but the accusers are saying that it is confident that the South Korean investors in order to get the wiring out of the remaining $4 million on the Dark Planet, Pictures of in the beginning of 2017.
Man to maintain a Hollywood producer Don Murphy to produce the film and to secure a distribution deal, but none of the other features or aspects of the production were secured, according to the criminal complaint. Prosecutors say the Furniture used in the House’s name, along with many other famous Hollywood figures, and continue to be, investors who are interested in working on the project, and a false bank statement to the South Korean investors have to show that he or she can repay them.
Murphy has pulled out of its contract with the Carpenters in 2017.
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Bank records from one of the Dark Planet, the Photos revealed that the $5 million of the investors ‘ money was used for the purchase of a joiner’s Manhattan Beach home, and an additional $4.3 million transfer of funds to a bank account that can be linked to another film in development is linked to the Man, according to the FBI in the investigation.
Man faces up to 32 years in prison if convicted of all the charges