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Lawsuit says Paul Pelosi stiffed employees of his Sacramento UFL team

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Here’s a head scratcher from the worlds of sports and politics: Paul Pelosi, who with his wife, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, is worth $26 million according to federal campaign disclosure records, is being sued by several coaches and employees of the defunct Sacramento Mountain Lions United Football League team, which Paul Pelosi owns. They say he stiffed them for . . . $250,000. The plaintiffs include former Raiders defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan. Their attorney: Harmeet Dhillon, who happens to be vice chair of the California Republican Party. Chronicle

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