The former director of a Connecticut restaurant ordered by a judge to be returned to the owner of the mansion worth about $ 200,000.
Connecticut Post, the judge said on Thursday, that Robert Manere’s statement that he used the money to pay for his car loan, health insurance, credit cards and other debts would not justify receiving the money from Seagrape Cafe in Fairfield.
In a statement, Manere said the case was sued by the owner, who claimed that Manere had been paid for his personal and family expenses, despite an agreement that did not receive cash from work, following the closure of the cafe to repair the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
The Manere lawyer said he would agree with and appeal the decree.
Manere, who was expelled, was not guilty.
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