Richard Dreyfuss Sues Father, Uncle
Richard Dreyfuss is suing his father and uncle over an $870,000 loan he claims was never repaid.
The lawsuit centers around a loan Dreyfuss claims he made to his relatives in 1984, who owned an interest in a downtown Los Angeles office building.
Roughly 24 years later, Dreyfuss says that loan — and interest — remains unpaid.
In his lawsuit filed Friday, Dreyfuss says his uncle, Gilbert Dreyfuss, has repeatedly refused to turn over records that would show its financial status.
Phone and e-mail messages left for Gilbert Dreyfuss were not immediately returned. A woman who answered the phone at an address registered to Dreyfuss’ father, Norman, said he could not be reached there.
Dreyfuss alleges his uncle and father, Norman Dreyfuss, have acted with “fraud” and “malice.” He is seeking a repayment of the loan, plus interest and punitive damages.
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